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Who Muted Uhuru's Microphone While Addressing Kayole Residents in Nairobi?

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By mungajane | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 6 views

Uhuru Kenyatta: Photo Courtesy

President Uhuru Kenyatta experienced some technical problems while addressing Kayole resident's on Friday. The president could not control his tempers when the mics went mute and he said that he had to give our his speech even if there muted him. "Ata Wakikataa Tutaongea", said the president. Speculations has since been raised of who could have tampered with the President's microphone.

It has remained unclear of who the president was referring to in his statement after the mics went off as the rowdy crowd heckled him. Was the microphones switches off intentionally or was it accidental?

Uhuru Kenyatta: Photo Courtesy

During his address to the Kayole residents in Nairobi the president promised free water to the area residents. He continues and said that he would reconsider the Kazi Mtaani program which might be extended for the benefits of the youths. Uhuru went on and congratulated the Nairobi Mac's who unanimously passes the BBI.

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(https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1362711887784382464?s=20)

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