The country lost its economic stability for the first time since 2008, owing to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Deputy President William Ruto receed heckles from the members of the crowd after raising critical issues about BBI Report at the Bomas of Kenya
The President emphasized on the need to wear masks correctly washing hands and maintaining social distance, urging Kenyans to be each other's keeper to ensure that the country remains open. He further extended the dusk to dawn curfew that starts at 9pm-4am extended for another 30 days.
Led by its party leader Musalia Mudavadi, the delegates unanimously chose to have a consensus meeting to discuss matters pertaining the party and especially the conduct of Senator Malala.
Honourable Kimunya applauded his predecessor Aden Duale for his dedication and commitment in serving the party for the past 8 years.