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Murkomen Takes A Swipe At President Uhuru's Long Speech

Elgeyo Marakwet senator and former senate majority leader honourable Kipchumba Murkomen,has asked parliament to pass a law that will set maximum time that future presidents will take in the state of the nation address.

"Parliament should pass law to set the maximum time that future presidents will take in the state of the nation address" Kipchumba Murkomen tweet.

Elgeyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen sentiments came after president Uhuru Kenyatta said that he was getting tired of reading his own speech.

Kiharu member of parliament honourable Ndindi Nyoro said that president Uhuru Kenyatta,has read many speeches during the state of the nation address but less implementation has taken place. 

"I want to talk to the people who wrote the president's speech,you should give the president a summary speech" Garissa township member of parliament Aden Duale.

Murkome further added that while the president was talking on the rejection of bridging bridges initiative and to justify his attack on the judiciary,the president read article 1 (2) of the constitution and skipped article 1(3) (c) that stipulates that the sovereign power is delegated to the judiciary and independent tribunals.

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