About 30,000 people have packed a stadium in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, for the state funeral of the country’s longest-serving President Daniel arap Moi, who died last week aged 95.
Rather than mourning, many in the crowd are celebrating Mr Moi’s life.
He was a towering figure who dominated Kenyan politics during his 24-year presidency.
Critics saw him as an authoritarian ruler, while allies credited him for maintaining stability.
Mr Moi cracked down on the opposition following a failed coup in 1982.
Before he left office in 2002, he asked for forgiveness from “those he had wronged”.