Today, president Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the Legislators in a combined state of the nation speech. The head of the state updated Kenyans on different measure taken by his administration in improving their lives through economy revival and pandemic control. The head of state applauded state officers within the ministry of health in working so hard by making sure that people gets vaccinated on time.
Well, before his speech, there was a little excitement Within members of Parliament when Deputy president William Ruto's name was mentioned, as One of the people who attended the function. From the video shared online, elated legislators are heard shouting and cheering while recognizing the second in Command presence.
Ruto and Uhuru are currently not in good terms. The second in Command has been on record criticizing some of the projects lauded by the president, like building bridges initiative and handshake in general. Ruto allies have been attacking the president for what they claimed, failure to recognize his second in command and instead Joined hands with the opposition chief. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out soon.
"Speaker Justin Muturi recognises the presence of DP Ruto, CJ Koome, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Stevene Kalonzo, Musalia Mudavadi and Martin Wambora" posted TV 47.
Here is the link to the video
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