President Uhuru Kenyatta during the 8th State of the Nation Address (Photo Courtesy; Twitter)
"President Kenyatta, escorted by Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka and National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, makes his way to the @NAssemblyKE's Bicameral Parliament ahead of his 8th State of the Nation Address to a Joint Sitting of the two Houses of Parliament." Was the early report about President Uhuru Kenyatta's today state of the Nation Address.
The President has been at the Parliament buildings for over one hour as he delivered the State of the Nation speech about how the country is.
However, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Sudi Murkomen has taken to his Twitter account where he made a huge demand of shortening the State of the Nation Address by the President, claiming the country should adopt Winston Churchill's theory.
"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 ….”." Hon Murkomen wrote.
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