In Summary

  • More than 1000 security officers have been deployed in Kericho as Kenya marks 60th Mashujaa Day.
  • This year’s celebrations is all about the Universal Health care in line with Vision 2030 under Kenya Kwanza administration.

 Security has been beefed up in Kericho Green Stadium as the country celebrates the 60th Mashujaa Day.

More than 1000 security officers have been staged  strategically to ensure all goes well.Several roads have been also closed.

According to Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo The National Celebrations Steering Committee has done a proper arrangement for the today’s success.

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“We started about two months ago when there was no infrastructure in place. I want to congratulate and appreciate everybody who has worked hard to ensure that the infrastructure that we see today is in place,” PS  Omollo said.

Health Bill Mashujaa

Meanwhile this year’s celebrations is all about the Universal Health care in line with Vision 2030 under Kenya Kwanza administration.

The four bills include the Primary Health Care Bill, Facility Improvement Financing Bill, Digital Health Bill and the Social Health Insurance Bill.

The Primary Health Care Bill will help provide a framework for the effective delivery and management of health services using Primary Healthcare Networks (PCNs) and Community Health Units.

“The people of Kenya talked loudly for a system that leaves nobody begins, where families do not lose their properties or savings due to illness,” Ruto said.

Kenyans Reaction on  Mashujaa

“Mimi shujaa wangu ni mamangu Elizabeth Kobe mambo ya serikali ni ijaribu kuangalia vile maisha inaeza improve hatuna doo vitu viko juu so hata celebrations kama hizi hazina maana juu Bado tunaona serikali  ni kama inajibamba kwa hizo sherehe.” Denis said.

“Life imekua hard hizi celebrations haziweki chakula kwa meza kitu tunataka rais wetu aweze kuzunguzmzia hii mambo ya cost of living kuanzia bei za mafuta na hata vyakula.” James Mula said.

“Mimi hizi siku kuu nilizilenga juu hazinisaidi , government must come out  itusaidie.” Ken stated.

 

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