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"Najaribu Kukatakata Jameni Hata Mimi Nimechoka" Uhuru Reacts To His Lengthy Speech

President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered his much-anticipated second final state of the nation address as the country's head of state at Nairobi's parliament buildings. He spoke about a wide range of issues that are important to the country during his speech.

However, it appears that the speech was too long, causing the president to react to his lengthy speech. He admitted that the speech was too long and that he was trying his best to cut it down, adding that he was tired as well.

"Najaribu kukatakata jameni hata Mimi nimechoka" President Uhuru Kenyatta gets tired of reading his speech two hours after he started.

In a related development, politicians close to William Ruto have spoken out after social media reports that they stormed out of parliament during Uhuru's speech surfaced.

The legislators, lerd by Sirisia constituency member of parliament John Waluke and Laikipia county woman representative Cate Waruguru, dismissed the allegations and stated that they were false.

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Jameni Hata John Waluke Mimi Najaribu Uhuru Kenyatta


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