The Star (Nairobi)

28 February 2013

Kenyans to Sing the National Anthem At 1pm Today

The country marked national unity day, a day when President Mwai Kibaki and Premier Raila Odinga struck a peace deal that formed a coalition ... ( Resource: Kenyans Observe Five Years of Peace Accord

Thousands of Kenyans are at this minute standing together wherever they are and singing the national anthem. This campaign has been taking place every month for the past year and has been used as a show of unity as we approach the elections. It is a campaign aimed at urging for peace before, during and after elections.

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