President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the nation today at Parliament House in Nairobi. He spoke on a number of important issues affecting Kenyans as it relates to community development, including the COVID infection disease, the 19 new varieties of COVID that have been developed in some African countries, such as South Africa, Botswana, and Kenya, and development programs. Others are important too.
Shortly before concluding his speech, which lasted for about two hours in a row, President Uhuru publicly admitted that he was tired and tired of reading the long speech. Kenyans, who also seem to be tired of the parliamentary seat, got a little excited as soon as President Uhuru arrived at the reception and started laughing, creating a new environment.
Kenyans online cannot remain silent because they have sparked a heated debate online as they have joined a debate over the author of the statement that has long been criticized. Others ridicule the long speech, calling it a newspaper that should be shortened a bit.
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