Uhuru to address public over controversial Security Bill
19 December 2014, 11:34
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta will address the public over the controversial security bill after signing it into law.
The Bill was passed amidst acrimony Thursday but having arrived at the president's desk Friday, will be signed into law.
The president will also swear in new Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery.
He will then go on to address the public, it is expected, over the Bill and its merits, and also comment on the chaos that took place Thursday in parliament.
The president has insisted in the past that the Bill is needed to help the country fight insecurity and terrorism, which has engulfed the country in recent times.
The bill though, is set for opposition from CORD Senators who have gone to court to stop the enactment of the Bill.
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