Barely a few hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta read his speech during his last Mashujaa day celebrations a speech which according to the former senate deputy speaker was the longest speech ever to be read by the President in the history of the country.
According to the former Senate deputy speaker, the president should read a short speech during the national celebration and unlike President Uhuru Kenyatta's speech which took more than 30 minutes hence according to the Senator, it was a boring speech because it was too long and hence the public lost interest.
"Keynote National Day Speeches ought to be short, powerful, moving, inspiring & evoking hope, a deep sense of national bond & common destiny: twenty minutes at the maximum."
However, the move by the Senator to criticise Presidential speech has backfired as Kenyans on Facebook have trolled the senator for criticizing the president every time and have since urged the senator to wait for his time to come to read a short speech.
Meanwhile, do you agree with senator Kithure Kindiki that the president speech should not take more than 20 minutes in a national celebration, share your thoughts?
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