Things You Need To Know About Uhuru’s Big Day


President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto are expected to take oaths of office on Tuesday at the Kasarani Stadium. The President-elect’s inauguration comes at a time when leaders of the National Super Alliance (NASA) have insisted that they will not recognize Jubilee’s win. The committee on Assumption of the president has already released the details on sitting arrangement of the dignitaries and general public on the special day.

There will be no unofficial car at the Stadium and all the government officials and leaders will be ferried to the event using buses. The committee has put in place plans for the MPs, Senators, Governors, women reps and Member of the County Assembly (MCAs) among other dignitaries to be picked from different points before accessing the Stadium. It has also been revealed that there will be only four entry points to the stadium during the ceremony. Uhuru is expected to begin his second term after he takes oath of office on that day.