Matiang’i declares Monday a public holiday to celebrate Jamhuri day


Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has declared Monday, December 13 a public holiday to mark Jamhuri Day.

According to the CS, this is because Jamhuri day falls on a Sunday.

“It is hereby confirmed that 13th December 2021 will be a public holiday, by dint of Jamhuri Day falling on Sunday 12th December 2021,” Matiang’i said.

“This day bears profound historical significance as it marks the attainment of Kenya’s independence and the birth of the Republic.”

The Interior CS called on Kenyans to honour and celebrate the day in a manner that promotes unity, national cohesion and economic progress in the country.


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