It has been long since the head of the nation president Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the country. As it has been the norm since the country was first strike with the deadly covid-19 pandemic, the president in collaboration with the health cabinet secretary professor Mutahi Kagwe giving guidelines on precautions about the pandemic.
As Kenyans expect to hear from the president, they should also expect more changes and some tough measures that might be put in place by the president following the current state of covid-19 in the country.
Some of the key areas the president is possibly to address the nation is as discussed below with three most likely areas.
1. Covid-19 Conditions.
Following the current state of Covid-19 in the country, the head of the nation should be expected to say something as he implements more measures that will be used to ensure the virus vacate the country.
2. Rise in prices of some commodities.
The country is now under economical pressure following the invasion of corona virus in the country. As they expect him to address the nation, he might touch on the recent increment of fuel that has resulted into cries from both Matatu and bodaboda rider crying.
3. Political shape of the country.
Though it is very rare for the president to talk about the political issues in the country, but as his period in office continue to diminish, he might be forced to urge the incoming leadership to lead the country in the right direction.
What else do you think the president could talk about in the forthcoming presidential address? Drop your comments in the comment section.
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