“This festival is for people who are just lost. I am disturbed that they are going behind the curtains to meet the Prime Minister and the Prime Minister gave them a go-ahead. It is not something I would recommend anyone to attend.”
The Speaker of Parliament on Tuesday during their sessions had put a stop to this festival. However, the Prime Minister had a meeting with a few members of Parliament on Wednesday and decided the festival should go on.
However, this will be under strict observation by security personnel. As it looks, Parliament is divided on this matter because some people are supporting this festival while others are not.
The public has been on fire because of this festival. Most people have told MPs to mind their other business. Apparently, the country has a lot of things going on and the festival should not be a priority especially because it’s temporary.
The speaker had said the morality in this festival is questionable because apparently even homosexuality is promoted in this festival.
In any case, the festival is going on and honorable people have pledged to attend this time round. The Deputy Lord Mayor, Doreen Nyanjura, FDC President, Patrick Amuriat among others. This festival normally goes on for three days.
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