The first in command president Uhuru Kenyatta addressing the nation today has taken longer than usual as the president has said that he is trying to shorten the speech but it's still long than expected.
Adding to that, members of parliament in attendance were left in stitches after they listened to the first in command indirectly complaining about the long speech he has given today.
President Uhuru Kenyatta threw in some humour during the State of the Nation Address, "najaribu kukatakata jameni ata mimi nimechoka," he said.On the other hand, the president has given kenyans good news concerning the Nairobi expressway that coming next year those using the route will take 24 minutes from mlolongo to rironi among others.
Meanwhile, senator Kipchumba Murkomen has also complained and asked the members of parliament to pass a law that will show the time or rather the hours the state of the nation address speech should take. Watch this full video.
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