President Uhuru Kenyatta's speech to the nation on the State of the Nation while addressing the joint parliamentary group meeting has raised much concern following its detailed scope. President Uhuru Kenyatta took more than three hours reading his speech that he later said 'hata pia mimi nimechoka."
This being the 8th and his last address on the State of the Nation as the the Forth President of the Republic of Kenya, President Uhuru utilized his time to outline the achievements his Jubilee Government has been able to realize since he was elected for the first time in 2013.
However, leaders aligned to Deputy President William Ruto have took to their social media platforms to criticize President Uhuru's address terming it as a waste of time. According to them, Uhuru Kenyatta didn't meet their expectations.
Similarly, in an online poll done by Kenyans.com.ke, many Kenyans have shown their dissatisfaction with President's speech. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans.
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