President Uhuru Kenyatta together with his political brother Orange Democratic party leader Honorable Raila Odinga took their time to inspect projects in Nairobi metropolitan region. According to Raila's Twitter handle. The duo visited Nairobi bus terminus for progress inspection. They also commissioned some projects together a mid rift allegation.
Few weeks ago. Members of the public were speculating on the possibility of end of building bridges initiative report. They claimed that president Kenyatta and his camp had taken over the whole process and it was being run by PS Kibicho who is a close ally of president Uhuru Kenyatta. But with current activities and tour between the president and orange Democratic party leader, the speculations might have been answered and building bridges initiative referendum is here to stay.
Well, Elgeiyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen has congratulated Hon Raila and president Kenyatta for the projects and went on to say that it would have been better if they visited Kenyatta National hospital vaccination centre. Maybe this would have boosted the morale of those who are receiving the vaccine.
Kenyans are currently witnessing raising cases of covid-19. President Kenyatta imposed lockdown in five counties with an aim of stopping the spread. This however raised mixed reactions as a section of Kenyans are crying due to harsh economic times.
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