• The audience was entertained by different groups who wore different attires spanning dozens of cultures.
• One group of young children dressed in white attire formed patterns on ground to depict the shape of a dove to symbolise peace, freedom and love.
Kenyans who attended Mashujaa Day celebrations at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi were treated to a variety of entertainment shows before leaders delivered their speeches.
Different entertainment groups took turns to showcase their singing and dancing skills with songs from different cultures in the country.
They wore different attires borrowed from different cultural communities like the Maasai, Pokot and Swahili.
The performances were seamless and well coordinated, an indication that a lot of efforts went into rehearsals.
One group of young children dressed in white attire formed patterns on ground to depict the shape of a dove to symbolise peace, freedom and love.
The audience appreciated their creativity with a rousing round of applause as the children showcased their talent and patriotism.
The event was graced by President William Ruto and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
Speakers of the National Assembly and Senate Moses Wetang'ula and Amason Kingi were also present.
Also present was Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja, First Lady Rachel Ruto, AG Kariuki Kihara and nominated Cabinet Secretary nominees among other leaders.