Bungoma to Host 2024 Madaraka Day Celebrations

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The 61st Madaraka Day celebrations will be held in Bungoma County.

National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula made the revelations on Sunday, August 27, 2023.

Speaking during an interdenominational church service in Bungoma town, the former Bungoma senator disclosed that the national government had settled on the county to host the Madaraka Day celebrations in June next year.

Wetang’ula, while commending President William Ruto for considering the Western region in his development agenda, said preparations for the event had already kicked off ahead of the big day.

“You (Ruto) have respected Bungoma and allowed your government next year to celebrate Madaraka Day next year,” Wetang’ula said.

He said Interior Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo had sent a high-level delegation from the office of the President to survey the county in readiness for the national celebrations.

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