Uhuru's security breaches a reflection of desperation among Kenyans

Uhuru Kenyatta, Covid-19

President Uhuru Kenyatta gives his 13th Presidential address on the Covid19 pandemic from State House, Nairobi on November 4, 2020. 
 

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Security • The security breaches involving President Kenyatta are a clear “sign of the level of desperation of some Kenyans during this Covid-19 period”, remarks Kenneth Njeru. “The number of jobless people is higher than ever before. We can now scapegoat Covid-19, but we would have been much better prepared if there was proper handling of public coffers.” His contact is kenmuriminjeru@gmail.com.

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