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dc.description.abstractMadaraka is a Swahili word for power. Madaraka day is a national holiday in Kenya, celebrated on the 1st day of the month of June every year, to commemorate the attainment of Kenya’s internal self-rule from the British colonial powers, in the year 1963. This day is recognized in Article 8 of the 2010 constitution of Kenya, as one of national holidays. This day is very unique in the Kenyan calendar, as it serves as a reminder to the citizens of the immense and relentless sacrifices made by selfless compatriots, in the struggle for self-governance. Madaraka day celebrations are full of pomp and colour, often featuring entertainment from musicians, comedians, dancers and military parades by the Kenyan armed forces. The main highlight of the celebration is the Presidential Speech which is delivered to the nation by the Head of State.en
dc.publisherOffice of the Presidenten
dc.relation.ispartofseriesPresidential Speech;1967
dc.subjectMadaraka Dayen
dc.subjectNational planningen
dc.subjectAfrican Socialismen
dc.subjectEconomic Development
dc.titleSpeech by His Excellency President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, C.G.H., M.P., on Madaraka Day, June 1, 1967en
ppr.contributor.authorExecutive Office of the Presidenten

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