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President Uhuru Kenyatta Gets Teary When Faced With Needy Kenyan Cases, Atwoli Reveals

In his Labour day speech, Atwoli narrates on how our president gets welled up with tears when faced with a needy Kenyan case. He gives an instance of when one Kenyan did not have school fees. Another family did not have enough funds to purchase a coffin. The president pulls out his handkerchief as a sign of grieve and sympathy. "You have been sympathetic to Kenyans..., " Atwoli said.

This comes as the President lifted the curfew in the zoned areas and unlocked the country. With a few adjustments here and there. He has been indeed sympathetic to Kenyans. Thank you for lifting the ban of travel in zoned areas and opening our churches. We now be responsible.

"So @AtwoliDza educate #Kenyans how this "crying a lot" has been beneficial to the millions of Kenyans who:

Lost jobs, businesses, evicted from homes, cannot access ARVs, cannot pay school fees due to the April lockdown & Curfew. How are the tears beneficial to "Wanjiku"?," tweeted one of the netizens.

"This is the reason I've also pulled out my handkerchief to wipe off my tears knowing that I can travel home to see my lovely dad again,and I'll take him out for a glass of cold beer,cheers to all extroverts," tweeted Suzzana.

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