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Ruto's Ally Takes Swipe at President Uhuru's Long Speech

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday arrived at Parliament Buildings for the State of the Nation address in which he took the opportunity to praise his administration for its achievements in the last eight years.

Earlier today, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen accused the senate leadership of being petty by locking out Deputy President William Ruto, allied senators from the State of the Nation Address

However, seemingly not everyone has been impressed with the government's achievements in particular his Deputy President William Ruto's camp who are now stating that his speech is just a justification for non-performance.

In a statement on Twitter, Ruto’s ally, Murkomen went ahead and claimed that Parliament should pass a law that limits the amount of time the future President should spend when addressing the nation.

He wrote "Parliament should pass law to set the maximum time that future Presidents will take in the State of the Nation Address. Like Winston Churchill said, a good speech should be like woman’s skirt."

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