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Survey Shows Most Kenyans Could go to Kabarak for Just Bread and Soda

Kenyans have started flocking to Kabarak for the final send off of the former president of Kenya Daniel Toroitich arap Moi.

Announcing the preparation plans for the event, the Ministry of Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho announced that there would be bread, soda and water for the first 30,000 people to arrive at the venue, a move that has triggered a mass migration of Kenyans towards Kabarak.

Those who were interviewed said that they were majorly motivated by the bread and soda to be provided, perhaps a reminiscence of the days of Moi milk or the standard diet they received during high school sports days.

Most people did not even put into consideration the cost of traveling to Kabarak, as the allure of the free food undermined all logic and common sense.

It is not clear who won the tender to supply the bread and water.

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