24-11-2017 by redazione
We have already talked on this portal several times about how much as Kenyans love public holidays, .
Yesterday's news is that the government proclaimed for Tuesday, November 28th, the umpteenth day of celebration in conjunction with the inauguration ceremony of the re-elected President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Minister of National Security, Fred Matiang, announced the decision yesterday, explaining why he wanted to give citizens the chance to watch the event on television and celebrate the return of democracy, after more than three months of uncertainty, appeals and climate exacerbated by propaganda.
In the meantime he expects the opposition to make his announcement, putting into practice the provocation announced a few days ago to organize simultaneously with the state ceremony, the proclamation of Raila Odinga as "President of the People of Kenya".
The government spokesman has already replied:"We have nothing against this staging, as long as it is a private and not a public function".
Otherwise, it would certainly be an outrage at democracy.
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