Government Declares October 26 As A Public Holiday

Education CS Fred Matiang'i announces the 2016 KCPE examination results at the Kenya Institute. /FILE

The government through Acting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has declared Thursday October 26 as a Public Holiday. The government has set aside this day to allow Kenyans to go and exercise their civic duty as voters.


The NASA coalition has maintained that there will be no elections on the said date and will instead use that day for a major country wide demonstrations.

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