Tuesday, November 28 is set to be a public holiday as President Uhuru is sworn in for his second term in office. This is in line with Section 12, which outlines how the presidential swearing in should be conducted. Subsection 3 of the Act stipulates that the day the president is sworn in should be a public holiday. Section 12 of the Act also stipulates that a public ceremony should be held in the capital city in accordance with Article 141 of the constitution.
The date and place of the inauguration is expected to be gazetted on Friday, November 24th.
It everything goes on as expected, the ceremony will be held at the Safaricom Kasarani Stadium. Over 100,000 people will be attending among and them will be over 20 heads of state.