All political parties are in the race to gather more supporters as we approach the next general election. President Uhuru Kenyatta has been trying his best to leave a united country. He joined hands with former prime minister Raila Odinga through a handshake, unfortunately, the DP Ruto's camp was against it.
Well, most of the Tangatanga allies have criticized President Uhuru Kenyatta's speech in which he was addressing the joint houses. According to them, Uhuru Kenyatta left out very many things which he could have been shared with Kenyans. The camp was also furious with a long speech. Although President Uhuru's speech had several important messages and achievements TangaTanga camp dismissed it.
Here comes, Meru senator honorable Mithika Linturi. He has reacted to Uhuru's speech when he said "Mr. President left the elephant in his speech. Pandora papers.The 21 days for the prosecution of covid billionaires and Where the Bbi budget came from?"
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