Mudavadi and another senior State House operative wished Kenyans a happy Huduma Day on 10 October. According to the government calendar, no such holiday has ever been gazetted.
The schedule of Kenya Public Holidays recognizes 10th October as Utamaduni Day. The proposal was made in 2009 by the late President Daniel arap Moi who relinquished the status of the day being celebrated in his honor. At the same time, Moi proposed a change of name to various public facilities including schools and stadia which bore his surname.
It was not clear why a Kenyan leader of Mudavadi’s stature would confuse the holiday with any other.
Kenya has a diversity of cultures and rich traditional heritage from its forty-two ethnic communities that spread out from the coast to the Rift Valley and beyond.
Meanwhile, a cross-section of leaders including Azimio Coalition Party leader Raila Amollo Odinga, the KANU Secretariat, former Baringo County Senator Gideon Moi, and outgoing Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, recognized the holiday for what it is and sent greetings accordingly.
Ali Hassan Joho.
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