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Live Updates: Uhuru's State of The Nation Address [Video]

Keep it here for live updates on President Kenyatta's State of The Nation Address.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta is scheduled to address the nation from Parliament Buildings on Tuesday, November 30.

During the address President Kenyatta is expected to tackle issued about the economy, corruption, Covid-19 recovery, regional security and a bit of politics.

Today’s address will be one to watch, with Kenyans keen to hear what the president will emphasise on, as he nears the end of his second term.

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5.02pm: Uhuru praises Kenya Meat Commission for collecting Sh1 million daily from Sh8,000 daily before being taken over by KDF.

4.50pm: President Kenyatta says the port of Lamu is the only post-colonial sea port in Africa built and financed by an African govt. All other major sea ports were built when most of Africa was under colonial rule.

4.40pm: Uhuru celebrates that more Kenyan households were connected to electricity than South Africa and Nigeria combined.

4.34pm: President Kenyatta rules out another lockdown over new Omicron variant.

4.31pm: Uhuru says Kenyan now 6th wealthiest African nation from 12th in 2012. GDP grew from Sh4 trillion to Sh11 trillion.

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4.24pm: The European Investment Bank will open a regional hub in Nairobi, its first outside Europe, that will serve 11 African countries and place Nairobi as an international financial centre.

4.18pm: President Kenyatta says a Kenyan company in Kilifi county became Africa's largest producer and exporter of vaccine syringes during the Covid period... it exported 70 million syringes to over 20 countries globally

4.00pm: Uhuru lauds KRA for exceeding their limit and collecting tax beyond the set target.

3.30pm: Uhuru says Kenya’s real GDP recorded a phenomenal 10.1% growth during the second quarter of 2021; the highest growth ever recorded in one quarter in Kenya’s history and also the first time Kenya has hit a double-digit growth number.

3.00pm: President Kenyatta's motorcade makes its way to Parliament.

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2.37pm: Deputy President William Ruto arrives in Parliament.

2.25pm: ODM leader Raila Odinga arrives at Parliament buildings for the State of the Nation address.

2.15pm: MP Ndindi Nyoro says he expects President Kenyatta to say when DCI Kinoti will report to Kamiti Maximum Security Prison.

1.00pm: Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen alleges that pro-Uhuru allies are plotting to keep out politicians who support Deputy President William Ruto.

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