Joining Hands Together with Kenya to Celebrate Huduma Day

Huduma Day is a public holiday in Kenya observed on October 10th each year.


This holiday is celebrated to honour Daniel Arap Moi, who was the former president of Kenya. Until 2020, this holiday was called Moi Day. 


According to a statement from the President’s Strategic Communication Unit, the renaming of the national holiday is in line with former President Daniel Arap Moi’s desire that the day should be commemorated as a day of service and volunteerism.


The day will be observed through national prayers that will highlight service and volunteerism to the community. Kenyans are encouraged to participate in the prayers and promote national unity, social justice, cohesion and sustainable development in their communities for the benefit of present and future generations. 



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