President Uhuru Kenyatta saw it wise to mention that the country together with him was condoling Mozambique who are in three days mourning following the disastrous cyclone Idai that has swept many of their country men away.
More than 2.6 million people across southeast Africa have been affected in one of the worst weather-related disasters recorded in the southern hemisphere.
“condole and pass my message of encouragement to the people of Southern Africa who are suffering devastation from Cyclone Idai. To my friends Presidents Filipe Nyusi,Emmerson Mnangagwa and Peter Mutharika, Kenya stands with you and your people as you mourn and recover from the destruction ,” read his tweet
However unimpressed Kenyans were unmoved and decided to remind him that he should be condoling the people of Turkana who died in hunger instead of foreigners.
Many tweeted saying he has forgotten the people of Turkana.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will issue State of the Nation address on April 4, 2019, Parliament of Kenya has said on its Facebook page.
Amidst biting issues of national concerns ranging from hunger, fight against graft and implementing Agenda four projects; presidency is mandated by law to address the country on progress.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta will deliver State of the Nation Address to Parliament on Thursday April 4th 2019 at 2.30 pm. This is in pursuant to Article 132(1)(b) of the Constitution which empowers His Excellency the President of Kenya and Commander in Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces to perform such a function. During such a function both Houses-The National Assembly and The Senate hold a joint sitting to listen to the Presidential address,” reads a post by Parliament of Kenya.