President Uhuru Kenyatta has delivered his much awaited State of the Nation address at Parliament on Thursday, speaking strongly on matters including the war on graft, the Big Four agenda and the need for leaders to work together for the sake of national unity and development.
Key Points from President Kenyatta's State of the Nation Address
Nation, 4 April 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered his much awaited State of the Nation address at Parliament on Thursday, speaking strongly on matters including the war on graft, the Big Four… Read more »
Full Speech - Kenyatta's Address to the Nation
Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly; Honourable Speaker of the Senate; Honourable Members of Parliament; Fellow Kenyans; Read more »
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