Uhuru Kenyatta to lead Mashujaa Day at Uhuru Park
President Kenyatta is set to lead the nation in marking 53rd Mashujaa Day at Uhuru Park in the capital Nairobi.
The Head of State is expected to address the nation on issues afflicting the country, including the repeat presidential election impasse.
By 10.30am, leaders and ordinary Kenyans has already made their way to the venue, including Chief Justice David Maraga and Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka.
Invited dignitaries and ambassadors were also mong guests who took seat at the VIP dais.
The park was filling up, with some of people in attendance donning Jubilee Party colours.
There is heavy police presence at the park and security men were screening everybody entering the venue.
Traditional dancers and choirs entertained guests before the arrival of Mr Kenyatta.