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Kenyans take on what Easter season means to them

By Fay Ngina | Apr 22nd 2019 | 1 min read

Easter is a festival when believers all over the world commemorate the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ by the Romans.

According to the New Testament, Christians remember how Christ died and rose from the grave for the sake of humanity and through his death, our sins are forgiven.

The Easter holiday usually falls anytime between 22 March and April 25. This occurs on the first Sunday after the first Paschal moon either on or soon after the vernal equinox, which is the first equinox of the year.

People all over the world have different interpretations of what the holiday signifies and it’s personal meaning to them.

Here’s what Easter means to some Kenyans;

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