The government has made plans to provide free soda and bread for 30,000 mourners to attend President Moi’s burial.
Addressing the media was Rift Valley Commissioner George Natembeya who said plans have already been made to accommodate the 30,000 mourners.
Natembeya continued by saying that the space allocated will be able to accommodate even more mourners who will be taken care of.
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Transport issue was also discussed with Natembeya confirming that school buses from Nakuru County will be made available.
He added that the County Government will also provide additional vehicles incase a shortage arises.
Currently, former President Moi is lying in State at the Parliament as Kenyans continue to mourn his death.
Kenyans and leaders remember the former President for his contribution to the country.