Kenyans Celebrate 59th Madaraka Day Live at Uhuru Gardens Nairobi.
Kenyans confine at Uhuru Gardens to celebrate the 59th Madaraka Day. The day is celebrated to commemorate the attainment of Kenya’s internal self-rule from the British colonial powers.
Mzazi Willy M Tuva and Massawe Japanni take up their entertainment roles on Madaraka Day
Mzazi Willy M Tuva and Massawe Japanni take up their task to entertain the congregation at Uhuru Gardens during the 59th Madaraka celebrations.
With proud and confidence, the two welcomed different groups that were scheduled to entertain the national.
The two started by introducing themselves where Mzazi is a presenter at Royal media services hosting Mambo Mseto both on Citizen Tv and Radio Citizen.
Massawe Japanni is a Radio presenter at Radio Jambo.
Kenyans have celebrated their last 59th Madaraka Day at Uhuru Gardens in Lang’ata, Nairobi County under Jubilee government.
Get more information about Madaraka Day 2022 Wednesday , 1 June,. Held live at Uhuru Gardens.