President Uhuru Kenyatta will today give his highly anticipated State of the Nation address.
According to Article 132 of the Constitution of Kenya, the sitting President is required to give a State of the Nation address on the progress of his administration in Parliament every year.
A spot check by Ghetto Radio revealed that most Kenyans expect the president to address the issues of corruption , Unemployment as well as the Big 4 agenda.
Some Kenyans were however skeptical saying they expect nothing new from the President’s speech.
“I am not really expecting anything new, just threats especially on corruption. I know he will give fierce threats on corruption but nothing will happen after today.” Said Sammy a trader in Ngara
Another trader said he expects the president to address the country’s economic status and how to handle small scale traders.
“I hope he will address the economic status because we are really suffering. There is no money at all yet we keep hearing that billions have been stolen. Also small scale traders are suffering, I hope he will talk about that.” Said Peter Njuguna
While the President will also outline measures and progress undertaken, in effecting article 10 of the Constitution which touches on national values, international obligations and the status of the country’s national security, Kenyans expect that he will also talk about his Big 4 agenda and its progress.