Kenyans have had a mixed reactions on the state of Nation address by president Uhuru Kenyatta where he delivered a two hour speech to a joint session by both the two houses.While some praising him for being eleborate. Those who seems to differ with him politically have expressed their dissatisfaction saying the president speech didn't meet the expectation of Kenyans.
"Of course the state of the nation address was long. And if parliament is a house of records, Uhuru Kenyatta had a long record to bank. What is 2hours to account for 8years?Kenyans were in a hurry to go where,"posed Ngunyi.
Junet responded to Ngunyi's tweet revealing those who criticized president speech.
"It's the UDA people complaining That's first sign of opposition leaders! We watched this leaked video of UDA post na kondoo wake and they won't comment.
On the other hand, senator Linturi says president failed to disclose more on covid 19 millionaires, Pandora papers and the source of funding for the building Bridges Initiative.
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