Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka is one of the most respected and adored leaders in the country. That is because he is well educated, decorated and dedicated leader. He has been doing well since his days as the Bungoma County Governor and even after taking over his current position, he has been proving all doubters wrong by his superb performances.
Today, just like many others leaders, speaker Lusaka is in Kirinyaga for the Mashujaa Day celebrations. Before the start of the whole event, a KTN News reporter interviewed on the state of the nation Lusaka and on his part, the Senate speaker left Kenyans talking after he turned to President Uhuru Kenyatta and lectured him publicly ahead of the forthcoming general election.
According to speaker Lusaka, President Uhuru Kenyatta should tone down on politics in his remaining few months in office. Instead, Lusaka insisted that the Head of State should concentrate on his big four agendas in order to leave behind a strong legacy.
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