The Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta will today address the Nation on a number of things during Mashujaa day celebrations in Kirinyaga county. President Uhuru Kenyatta will be accompanied by powerful leaders such as deputy president William Ruto and other renowned leaders. Also Malawi president who arrived yesterday accompanied by his wife will be the guest of honour in Mashujaa day celebrations.
Despite president Uhuru Kenyatta addressing the country, Kenyans have reacted to president Uhuru Kenyatta showing what they expect president Uhuru do during the celebrations. On the most key things Kenyans are expecting from president Uhuru Kenyatta is the removal of curfew.
Since president Uhuru Kenyatta promised Kenyans that curfew rules will be uplifted, Kenyans have requested him to uplift it today during his address to the Nation and then other things Will follow. Below are Kenyans reactions;
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