Speech by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H., on Labour Day, May 1, 2021
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It is with great pleasure that I join all workers of Kenya, and, indeed, the rest of the world, to commemorate International Labour Day. On this day, we come together to celebrate our workers as creators and makers of things, and to recognize the best efforts of their labour. From factory to factory; from field to field and from office to office, the labour of their hands has transformed this country from year to year and from generation to generation. It is a fact, without labour, there is no prosperity. As one philosopher noted, labour is what brings the difference to everything. Evidently, without a doubt, labour is the game changer of all progress. This is why today we celebrate the fruits of our labour with thanksgiving in our hearts, as instructed by our national anthem.
National Cohesion; National Unity; Labour and Employment; Labour Management
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