President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered the 8th State of the Nation Address in Parliament for the more than two hours.
The President spoke about several things about the country and the major developments that has been delivered by the Jubilee government since he was elected in 2013.
"While mourning the demise of BBI and to justify his attack on the judiciary, the President read Art.1 (2) of the Constitution and skipped Art 1(3) (c) that stipulates that the sovereign power is delegated to the Judiciary and independent tribunals." Senator Kipchumba Murkomen wrote.
This claim elicited several reactions from Kenyans who slammed the Senator as some claimed that he (Murkomen) also campaigned for BBI.
Take a look at some reactions:
Abuko: "But you campaigned for bbi in Mombasa and makueni? You never campaiged for No. 2022 we will also mourn you."
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