President Uhuru Kenyatta will as from around 2 pm on Tuesday 30th November address the nation from the parliament buildings.
he is expected to speak on various issues that would range from economy, 2022 elections, taxation, foreign loans, the Covid-19 pandemic among other issues.
And as the president is planning to address the nation, Deputy President William Ruto allies are crying foul in what they call left out of the program
Very petty on the part of my colleagues in the Senate leadership to lock out Senators supporting the Deputy President from attending the SOTN address.They should remember Art 132 of the Const requires President to address Parliament not Baraza la Azimio ya Kieleweke. Nkt pic.twitter.com/ZcVhIgyEMf
— KIPCHUMBA MURKOMEN, E.G.H (@kipmurkomen) November 30, 2021
n the list he shared on his official Twitter account, his name was missing.
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