Ahead of the State of the Nation address by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday, different people have already posted different expectations and things the President should address including corruption and the state of the economy. Nandi residents have their expectations concerning the address, with the graft purge among the top list concerns.
Speaking to West Media at Kapsabet, in Nandi County, Human Rights Watch chair Mr Simion Cheruiyot said he expects the President to address the fight against corruption fully, and the ongoing drought which has affected at least 12 Counties. “His address should also outline the implementation of the government’s Big Four Agenda which is too big for the country,” he added.
Cheruiyot affirmed that residents want to see the graft suspects unmasked and apprehended. Last year, the President’s address majored on unity, after a tough electioneering year that staled many things including the economy