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Madaraka Day is an important day in Kenya’s history and serves as a reminder of the country’s struggle for freedom and its progress since attaining independence. It is an opportunity for Kenyans to reflect on the achievements made and renew their commitment to building a prosperous and united nation. It is a day of national pride and patriotism, marked by various festivities, ceremonies, and cultural events throughout the country. The main event takes place in the capital city, Nairobi, where the President of Kenya addresses the nation and outlines the government’s achievements, plans, and aspirations for the future.