State of the Nation Address: Expected message from President Uhuru Kenyatta

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President Uhuru Kenyatta is on Thursday expected to address the Nation delivering a yearly message in what is referred to as the State of the Nation Address.

This is not the first time for the president to deliver this message to the public, but a yearly expectation to highlight his administration progress.

Much is expected revolving around the big four agenda, war on graft and the ongoing Huduma Namba registration exercise.

President Uhuru has, since forming his first cabinet in 2013, addressed the public on matters corruption, and even went to an extent of releasing the list of shame.

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In 2017, the president talked about improving the life of Kenyans through strengthening the economy and creating jobs for the youth.

A lot of the messages cutting across since 2013-2018 have never been fulfilled to the public expectations.

2019 message

In recent past, the president has taken strong stand to the fight against corruption, saying he will spare neither his brother nor close political allies.

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Kenyans are fade up with this messages that portray more talk than action.

The President's message today should majorly focus on hope and how to rebuild Kenya back to its track.

Its only the message of hope that will restore the public confidence to the president and his administration.

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