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The commander in chief was even forced to shorten his speech saying he too was tired delivering the speech.
Deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto's ally Aaron Cheruiyot has come out to make claims about the pages Uhuru skipped during his State of Nation address.
"My friends @KIMANIICHUNGWAH and @HonAdenDuale should excuse Pres. Kenyatta.I sat close to the speaker's stand. I assure you, the pages he skipped due to the length of his speech had a chapter on the Pandora loot and the Kemsa Covid billionaires.These speech writers !!," the Tanga Tanga allied senator tweeted on Wednesday morning.
The second in command's camp have claimed KEMSA Billionares have gone away with the loot since they are close associates to president Uhuru Kenyatta and his handshake partner.
Aaron Cheruiyot courtesy Twitter
Pandora Papers on its part highlighted the Muilti-billions the Kenyatta family stashed abroad as Kenya languished in poverty.
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