The events of the day moved smoothly as planned. President Uhuru Kenyatta in his speech issued directives that would directly benefit Kenyans. One of the directive that President Uhuru Kenyatta issued was construction of 10,000 classrooms where labor would be sourced from the local residents hence providing opportunities of earning. President Kenyatta also promised Kenyans that electricity cost would be reduced by 30% by 24th of December this year.
Uhuru Kenyatta in his speech also directed that borrowers who have loans that are below KSh. 5 million and are listed with CRB beginning October 2020 up to now will have the listing suspended until September 2022.
Further to this, the head of state issued directives of what was highly anticipated by all Kenyans which is the lifting of the Covid-19 Curfew. This was received with celebration by Kenyans.
Now as the president was giving this speech, an incident happened where a daring man tried to disrupt the speech. This forced the security officers to move with speed and manhandled the intruder before hauling him out of the Stadium. The man had grabbed the attention of the people who had attended the celebration causing murmurs. However, the man faced it rough for his daring act.
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