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"Ata Mimi Nimechoka" President Uhuru Kenyatta Hillarious Remarks that has Caused Excitement

During his second-last state of nation address, President Uhuru Kenyatta could not let the entire address end without a laughter.

Exciting his fellow legislators, the head of state hilariously expressed how he was tired from the entire address forcing him to shorten it.

"Wacha nikatekate hii kitu, ata mimi nimechoka..Let me shorten this address, am also tired," President Kenyatta said.

During his address, President Kenyatta touched on major milestone that the government under his leadership has made for the betterment of the country.

Touching on Covid-19 pandemic, Uhuru said the through stimulus package that were brought by his government, made the impact of Covid-19 on Kenya’s economy less severe.

Through an eight-point economic stimulus programme to help keep, Uhuru said that the country development shot-high even as the coronavirus pandemic ravages lives globally.

In Education, Uhuru said the intervention saw the construction of 10,000 new classrooms.

“They should be ready by December. When most economies in the world shrunk, Kenya's' economy grew at 0.3% during the 2020 period despite the Covid-19 challenge,” he said.

“Although this positive growth was minimal, the second quarter of 2021 registered the most impressive growth ever recorded in our nation’s real GDP.”

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