Worried Rift Valley Politician has expressed his frustration and discontentment with the way Kenya is performing at the Olympics currently taking place at Tokyo, Japan. This poor performance being delivered by kenyans at the event has attracted mixed reactions from leaders and kenyans across the country. However, according to Jubilee Party's nominated Youth Representative in the Senate Assembly Hon. Gideon Letter, kenyans poor performance at the Olympics can only be attributed to one thing. The nominated Senator has blatantly given his view on poor results by kenyans. Keter has claimed that the poor performance is as result of curfew that the government imposed since last year after Corona Virus pandemic was announced.
The Rift Valley MP feels that the country could have performed better were it not for the curfew imposed by the government. Kenya is renowned for athletics and even in that areas it has failed to shine like in the previous Olympics games.
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