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Man, 67, walks from Nakuru to Kirinyaga ahead of Mashujaa

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 14 Oct, 2021 12:46 | < 1 min read
Stephen Muigai will walk from Nakuru to Kirinyaga from the Mashujaa celebrations. PHOTO/COURTESY

A 67-year-old-man from Nakuru has started a 231 km Mashujaa walk to Kirinyaga County to promote peace ahead of next year’s polls.

Stephen Muigai launched his journey to Kirinyaga yesterday to participate in this year’s Mashujaa Day celebrations on Wednesday next week.

This will be his fourth Mashujaa celebrations walk, and he is optimistic he will be allowed into the stadium.

Previously, he attended the celebrations in Nairobi, Kisii and Kakamega counties. According to

Muigai, Kenyans should remain united and shun divisive politics even as leader’s crisscross the country hunting for votes.

“We should love one another for our nation to prosper,” he said adding that well-wishers support his peace drive.

The walk will take at least seven days.

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