Jeremiah Kioni has Strong faulted President Uhuru Kenyatta's State of the nation address that was held on Thursday and attended by members of the two houses of Assembly. Speaking at K24 TV on Tuesday night, the Ndaragwa legislator has allegedly said that this being president Uhuru Kenyatta's second last State of The Nation address, it Shou have come earlier, probably by the month of March. He however, said that it's not Uhuru's fault but Covid 19 protocols had to be observed.
On a scale of one to ten, Jeremiah Kioni rated President Uhuru Kenyatta's address to 7 saying that his message on Tuesday addressed most of the things he expected. Kioni said that the president was right in telling kenyans all his government has achieved as per now and how the government is handling the post Covid 19 challenges. The pronouncements by Jeremiah Kioni comes even as Leaders allied to the Deputy President William Ruto strongly castigated President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Speech terming it as long and tedious.
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