Madaraka Day: Celebrating Family & Home

Madaraka Day holds great significance in Kenya’s history as it marked a major milestone in the country’s journey towards independence. It commemorates the day when Kenya attained internal self-rule from British colonial rule on June 1, 1963.

The word “Madaraka” means “power” in Swahili, and the holiday signifies the transfer of power from the British colonial government to the people of Kenya.

As Kenya proudly celebrates 61 years of independence this year, families come together across the nation. This day isn’t just about national pride; it’s about the foundation on which that pride is built – the Kenyan home. This year’s Madaraka Day theme is Agriculture and Food Security, which underscores the essential role of family meals and gatherings in fostering a strong, resilient nation.

This Madaraka Day, Victoria Homestore is thrilled to join families in celebrating Kenya’s journey to self-governance with our Madaraka Mega Sale! Enjoy up to 61% off on all items, making it the perfect time to refresh your home.

Whether you’re looking for luxurious sofas, comfortable beds, stylish dining sets, chic coffee tables, or stunning home decor items, our sale offers incredible deals to suit every taste and budget. Plus, get an additional Ksh.2000 discount on orders above Ksh.100,000 using the code KENYAAT61, when you shop through our newly revamped website, designed for a seamless and easy checkout experience.

At Victoria Homestore, we understand the importance of family and home in Kenyan culture, especially as we commemorate this historic day. Our Madaraka Mega Sale is not just about great discounts; it’s about supporting families in creating warm, inviting spaces where they can come together, celebrate, and build lasting memories. Join us in honoring our nation’s heritage while enhancing your home with quality furniture that brings comfort and joy to your loved ones. Take advantage of these unbeatable offers to make your home a true reflection of independence, togetherness, and the agricultural richness that sustains us all.

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