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Forgive Uhuru, Says Senator Cheruiyot, Alleges Interesting Pages President Allegedly Skipped

On Tuesday President Uhuru Kenyatta gave his long last speech during the State of The Nation Address in Parliament.

Among the Tanga Tanga allied leaders who were allowed inside the parliament chambers include Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot.

Despite complaints from most of the leaders allied to Ruto castigating Uhuru of an alleged long and 'empty' speech, Kericho Senator has come out to call on his colleagues to forgive the president, saying he indeed skipped a lot of pages he was to read.

Cheruiyot urged, in particular, Kimani Ichungwa and Aden Duale to excuse Uhuru, saying he was among those who sat close to the speaker's stand and was in a position to peep into Uhuru's speech.

Despite Duale and his friends complaining that Uhuru did not speak about corruption and the Pandora papers exposure, the senator claimed that Uhuru skipped a lot of pages due to time and among the pages, he skipped, contained the Pandora and the Kemsa covid billionaires chapters.

At one point, the president himself complaint that his speech was becoming too long and was getting tired. Among the leaders present during Uhuru's address included DP William Ruto, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka.

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