Today, president Uhuru Kenyatta gave his second last state of the nation address in parliament. Several leaders attended had had different views about the speech. Some praised him while others critisised him and said they were not content with the speech.
According to him, he was honoured to attend the 8th State of the Nation address by the president. He also went ahead and sent Kenyans a special message. That as a country, we must endeavor to come together and build a united, and prosperous nation for the future generations.
The president took time during the speech to shower his administration with praises. He said that even though Covid affected the world, Kenya was able to quickly pick up the pieces and press on. He also highlighted other development projects in his administration.
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