Madaraka Day (Independence or Self-Governance Day) is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the Republic of Kenya. It commemorates the day in 1963 that Kenya attained independent self-governance after decades as a British colony. Madaraka is a Swahili word for "freedom, independence".

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  • Madaraka Day (Independence or Self-Governance Day) is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the Republic of Kenya. It commemorates the day in 1963 that Kenya attained independent self-governance after decades as a British colony. Madaraka is a Swahili word for "freedom, independence". (en)
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  • Madaraka Day (Independence or Self-Governance Day) is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the Republic of Kenya. It commemorates the day in 1963 that Kenya attained independent self-governance after decades as a British colony. Madaraka is a Swahili word for "freedom, independence". (en)
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