President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the nation anytime from now, just hours after he lifted the Dusk to dawn curfew restriction that has been in place since March 2020 when Covid-19 pandemic struck the country.
According to the news by Citizen Tv on Thursday, the head of state who is reported to be holding another crucial meeting with his counterpart in Malawi will be addressing the nation in the afternoon, where several issues that range from politics, economic and religion will be discussed.But according to an unnamed source who spoke to Citizen Tv, kenyans should now expect to receive some good news. This follows the confirmation of reports that the head of state is now discussing on how the republic of Malawi will assist Kenya during it's post-Covid-19 economic recovery.Additionally, it's being reported that Kenyans could be smiling again following the emergendrbof claims that the head of state is expected to unveil his 13-point agendas that will assist the country to thrive economically as well as prevent any form of restrictions such as Curfew and lockdown to happen in the future.
Finally, Citizen Tv has reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta's Government will be issuing its Respect for the republic of Malawi via the 21 gun shoots, an event that will take place after Uhuru's address.
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