The 2021 Mashujaa Day celebration is being held in Wang'uru Stadium Kirinyaga county. Anne Waiguru who is the host governor welcomed all Kenyan leaders and special delegates from different parts of Africa. The popular Kenyan leaders who attended include; Uhuru Kenyatta , DP William Ruto and former prime minister Hon.Raila Odinga.[Photo Courtesy]
With the celebration ongoing, there must some expectations from Kenyans on what they expect their president to talk concerning different issues. One blogger on her facebook page asked Kenyans about what they expect president Uhuru Kenyatta to address and their requests were funny.
According to some of the people, they want president Uhuru Kenyatta to finish and go. They claim that they are tired if his leadership and they do not expect anything fruitful from him. They added that even if he promised them anything, he will not lived to fulfill it.
Others claimed that the president should talk about who will take the power from him, lifting the curfew, endorsing Raila, talk about the Pandora report and also address something concerning corruption.
All their expectations looks like they are too personal with the president. Some of them are just tired of his reign while others do not want the curfew to continue. Here are some of their reactions concerning their expectations.
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