(PHOTOS) Final rehearsals at Uhuru garden ahead of Kenyatta's arrival

By 6am on Wednesday, Kenyans were already streaming into the Uhuru Gardens.

In Summary

•Tunes of special Patriotic Kenyan songs were played as the military marched around the garden.

•Kenyans are expected to be entertained with a great set of performances ranging from traditional dances, choral music to contemporary music and Gengetone sound.

 

Uhuru Gardens ahead of Madaraka Day celebration on June 1,2022. ENOS TECHE
Uhuru Gardens ahead of Madaraka Day celebration on June 1,2022. ENOS TECHE

President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to preside over his last national fete — 68 days before retirement — as he races to cement his legacy.

The President is juggling completing multibillion-shilling  projects to define his 10-year tenure, while also trying to execute an intricate succession game plan.

By 6am on Wednesday, Kenyans were already streaming into the Uhuru Gardens.

Tunes of special Patriotic Kenyan songs were played as the military marched around the garden.

Kenyans are expected to be entertained with a great set of performances ranging from traditional dances, choral music to contemporary music and Gengetone sound.

Kenyans holding Kenyan flag at Uhuru Garden ahead of Madaraka Day fete./ENOS TECHE
Kenyans holding Kenyan flag at Uhuru Garden ahead of Madaraka Day fete./ENOS TECHE
Security screening to members of the public entering the Uhuru Gardens Monument and Museum ahead of Madaraka Day celebration on June 1,2022. ENOS TECHE
Security screening to members of the public entering the Uhuru Gardens Monument and Museum ahead of Madaraka Day celebration on June 1,2022. ENOS TECHE
Vendors at Uhuru Gardens on June 1,2022 ahead of Madaraka celebration. ENOS TECHE
Vendors at Uhuru Gardens on June 1,2022 ahead of Madaraka celebration. ENOS TECHE
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