His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta's official Nation Address to Kenyans took action today at Parliament Buildings in Nairobi County. He talked about a series of important issues affecting Kenyans as far as the growth of the country is concerned including the pandemic of Covid, the newly discovered Covid 19 variant that was reported in some African countries like South Africa, Botswana and other vital developmental agendas.
Shortly before concluding his address that had by then took a span of about two consecutive hours, President Uhuru publicly admitted that he is tired and exhausted of reading the long speech. Kenyans who were also looking exhausted at Parliament seats received a flicker of excitement as soon as President Uhuru made the admission and busted into laughter creating a rejuvenated environment.
Here is the video's link as shared by Citizen TV Kenya: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1465695374102777868?t=CaGzj8zcPF-SiwBA36900w&s=19
Kenyans online can't keep quiet as they have now ignited a heated debate online as they join with a hive of arguments questioning the author of the speech that has received criticisms for being too long. Others have made fun of the lengthy speech dubbing it to be a novel and should have been shortened a little bit more.
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