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Cabinet approves renaming of Moi Day to Huduma Day,Boxing Day to Utamaduni Day

By PSCU | December 19th 2019 at 15:20:41 GMT +0300

The Cabinet on Thursday approved the renaming of Moi Day which falls on 10th October as Huduma Day.

This is in line with former President Daniel Arap Moi’s desire that the day be commemorated as a day of service and volunteerism.

Under the proposals to amend the Public Holidays Act (Cap 109), Cabinet approved the renaming of Boxing Day which falls on 26th December to Utamaduni Day.


Utamaduni Day will be set aside to celebrate the country’s rich cultural diversity and heritage.

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The proposed amendments to the Public Holidays Act will take effect once approved by Parliament.

To boost the country’s position as the film destination of choice in Africa, the Cabinet discussed and approved the immediate implementation of the film incentives package.

The incentives which include “one stop shop” approach to licence approvals, tax concessions and waivers of various levies for personnel and equipment is expected to encourage both local and international film makers to use locations in Kenya for their productions.

The Cabinet meeting chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi, also approved the coming into operation of the New Kenya Planters Co-operative Union (KPCU) as well as the immediate operationalization of the Coffee Cherry Advance Revolving Fund.

Cabinet also discussed the issue of pending bills and reiterated that all arms of Government should move quickly to settle all bills that were audited and verified by the Office of the Auditor General.

Further, the Cabinet approved the establishment of an inter-agency team to verify historical pending bills worth Shs 40 billion within one month.



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