Kenyatta described the reduction of cheating in examinations as one of the proudest achievements of his administration.
Unlike last year, where his speech was interrupted by Opposition MPs who kept on blowing whistles in the Assembly, yesterday the President had a full 80 minutes to himself.
The State of the Nation Address has however sparked mixed reactions not only from political leaders and commentators but also from the general public.
While Jubilee supporters praised the address as one of the best by the President, critics maintain that it failed to meet Kenyans’ expectations on the government’s scorecard.
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