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Diwali holiday rumors set for Monday termed fake

The government through the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government has asked Kenyans to ignore a notice doing round on the Diwali festival.

The notice indicates that the ministry has declared Monday will be a public holiday to mark the Diwali Festival.

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Also read: CS Fred Matiang’i terms October 14th holiday as fake

Diwali Festival is a celebration marked by Hindus across the world wherein the month of October and November.

This is the second time in less than a month that the ministry has come out to declare such notice as fake.

Also read” MP Oscar Sudi slams CS Matiang’i and PS Kibicho over insecurity

On the 12th of October, they came out to dismiss a letter purporting to be from Dr. Fred Matiang’I declaring 14th October as a public holiday.

The fake latter was a follow up of the historic Eliud Kipchoge’s win in Vienna where he run under two hours.

Also read: Matiang’i declares Tuesday a public holiday

The excitement was accompanied by a request to have a day to celebrate or even make that day as a public holiday for the country.

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