Madaraka Day Celebrations 2023 are uniting Kenyans with heartwarming messages from politicians and celebrities. It is all jubilation as the country hits 60 years of independence from the British colonial masters.
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President William Ruto is expected to celebrate alongside fellow Kenyans at Embu Stadium.
Madaraka Day Celebrations 2023 – President Ruto
Social media is awash with freedom sentiments poising our freedom fighters.
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Dignitaries who have registered their Madaraka ‘gratitude’ include the following;
Gallant men and women put their lives on the line for Kenyans to decide their destiny through self- rule. We have a responsibility to nurture and protect this freedom for shared prosperity and dignity.”DP Rigathi Gachagua.
The self-proclaimed son of Mau Mau feels partisan on the eve of Madaraka Celebrations.
“On this Madaraka Day, we restate our commitment to progressively enhance our contribution to the joint efforts to the cause of socio-economic empowerment and enhance our communities’ resilience to conflict and insecurity.”Raymondo Omollo.
“Today, let’s celebrate our nation’s progress, unity, and freedom. May this day inspire us to strive for a brighter future, filled with prosperity and harmony. Let’s cherish the spirit of Madaraka and work together towards building a better Kenya. Happy Madaraka Day, fellow Kenyans.”William Kabogo.
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“Madaraka Day is a time to appreciate the progress we have made and the challenges we have overcome as a nation. Together, we can achieve even greater heights and create a Kenya we can all be proud of. Happy Madaraka Day.”Tourism PS Umir Bashir.
“Madaraka Day is a significant day in our national calendar that reminds us when Kenya attained self-rule in 1963.Hon Aladwa.
As we celebrate this day let us cherish our freedom as we remember our founding fathers who put their lives on the line to liberated our motherland.”
Several other Kenyans have marked the day will immense jubilation.
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Madaraka Day Celebrations 2023 is the 60th of its kind graced by President Ruto and Deputy Gachagua at Embu Stadium. Particularly honoured are the heroes behind 60 years of self-rule.