The recent update from the preparations made before the presidential address indicates tight security in the National assembly and its premises. Top security personnel have been deployed to guarantee a safe environment and streamline today's high profile event in the parliament buildings.
A video clip of the armed forces who were spotted arriving before the event has surfaced creating mixed reactions from Kenyans who are eagerly anticipating for President Uhuru's speech. Many Kenyans are anticipating for Uhuru's speech to touch on key issues affecting the country and his achievement in the government ahead of his retirement in 2022 after the upcoming polls. Many people have dropped mixed reactions concerning today's SONA event: Here are some comments below:
Moses Mutua: "Next year a day like this WSR will address the nation. God bless Kenya, God bless Uhuru, God bless WSR."
Richard Cheruiyot: "No baba things."
Nugu ya Njamba: "He should go and address from Kahawa or Embakasi barracks." Watch the video of security personnel arriving in the National Assembly in style through this link below: https://www.facebook.com/100011246203054/posts/1515702432147949/?app=fbl
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