Free soda, bread, water & burial program to be given to the first 30,000 people to arrive at Moi’s funeral


The national government  has announced what will be in store for the first 30000 mourners at Former president Moi’s funeral.


Speaking during a press release in Nakuru, Rift Valley Regional Coordinator George Natembeya promised that Free soda, bread, water & burial program would be given to the first 30,000 people who would show up for former President Daniel Moi’s funeral at the Kabarak University grounds on Wednesday, February 12.



“There will be no dignitaries at the burial ceremony and therefore everyone who will show up will be regarded as a mourner.The earlier you come the better,” stated Natembeya.

During the address, the regional coordinator stated that security along Nairobi-Nakuru Highway and other routes associated with the state burial would be heightened. “I urge Kenyans to have discipline while using the highway. Sometimes we experience challenges on the road not because police officers have not been deployed but because of motorist’s indiscipline. Some of them are not patient.

“Some people overlap disregarding the flow. I urge them to be disciplined so that we have a free flow of traffic. Overlapping will be a very serious offense that day and we shall deploy enough officers all the way from Nairobi to Kabarak,” he stated.