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Uhuru tickles Kenyans with his ‘missing’ report remark during State of the Nation address

Kenyans have been tickled by the one moment when President Uhuru Kenyatta realized he had a copy of a report missing shortly after his State of the Nation address.

The President had addressed the bi-cameral House when he finally stated that he would hand over three reports to both speakers.

His handlers had however only brought one copy of the reports compilation forcing the President to voice his dissatisfaction saying, “Ingine iko wapi?”

The President went back to his podium and commented, “Unajua hii ndio mambo inakuja kuleta shida inasemekana sasa hatutaki Senate.”


I apologise for my foul language during the campaigns – Uhuru

And with that statement he went on to get the only copy that he had presented to the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi and handed it to the Speaker of the Senate Kenneth Lusaka.

As he quickly gave the report to the other speaker, the legislators burst into laughter.

Online, Kenyans were thrilled with the moment of the missing report and had a filled afternoon of fun: