Kenya’s President Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the nation on the state of the country for the past lapse of the year(s) today 31st March 2015.
This will be done from Parliament building in what is commonly termed as ‘State of the Nation’ address.
The address comes on the background of promises made during the last State of the address last year.
Among the key issues likely to feature in the address is the state of the economy, security and land reforms.
In the last State of the Nation address, the President received a standing ovation when he declared war on corruption and said that he had ‘drawn the line’ on the vice.
The President tabled before Parliament the ‘list of shame’, which he said was to form the basis of the war on graft.
He gave the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commissions (EACC) 60 days to conclude investigations into the cases, most involving high-profile personalities in his government, including five Cabinet secretaries.