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Cecafa: McKinstry Lauds Cranes, Shifts Focus to Chan

Amavubi coach Jonathan McKinstry

President Uhuru Kenyatta has come under intense pressure from Kenyans over his numerous expensive trips outside the country.

Kenyans this week raised the red flag on the bugling burden of the President’s trips abroad, information pills http://clintonbrook.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php which has to be shouldered by the tax payer.

It has emerged that President Kenyatta has made more foreign trips in the last two and half years than his predecessor Mwai Kibaki did in all the 10 years he served as president. Kibaki made 33 trips while Uhuru has so far made 10 more in just 30 months.

Locals took to social media with concerns that while Kenyatta’s government preaches austerity with public resources, ailment http://celebritydachshund.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php he is relentlessly blowing the country’s meager resources on international trips.

Local media speculates that the President’s delegation is usually made up of more than 40 people.

One creative citizen Brian temporarily set up a website which makes updates on the President’s trips. Isuhuruinkenya.co.ke is updated accordingly with just two words, healing YES and NO.

Brian's website which updates on the status of President Kenyatta has since been taken down

Brian’s website which updates on the status of President Kenyatta has since been taken down

This morning a Twitter Trend #UhuruInKenya hit the social media scene, depicting President Kenyatta as a foreigner who only pays occasional visits to the country.

“Most part of his childhood and teenage years was spent in Kenya. Karibu!,” one tweep welcomed the President back home.

“We are honored @Ukenyatta that you chose Kenya as your next travel destination. #UhuruinKenya

Others suggested that like the recent visit to the country by US president Barack Obama and His Holiness the Pope, business should come to a standstill with roads closed and security beefed up with Kenyatta returns home.

 
President Uhuru Kenyatta has come under intense pressure from Kenyans over his numerous expensive trips outside the country.

Kenyans this week raised the red flag on the bugling burden of the President’s trips abroad, dosage http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-includes/feed-rdf.php which has to be shouldered by the tax payer.

It has emerged that President Kenyatta has made more foreign trips in the last two and half years than his predecessor Mwai Kibaki did in all the 10 years he served as president. Kibaki made 33 trips while Uhuru has so far made 10 more in just 30 months.

Locals took to social media with concerns that while Kenyatta’s government preaches austerity with public resources, site http://ccrail.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php he is relentlessly blowing the country’s meager resources on international trips.

Local media speculates that the President’s delegation is usually made up of more than 40 people.

One creative citizen Brian temporarily set up a website which makes updates on the President’s trips. Isuhuruinkenya.co.ke is updated accordingly with just two words, thumb YES and NO.

Brian's website which updates on the status of President Kenyatta has since been taken down

Brian’s website which updates on the status of President Kenyatta has since been taken down

This morning a Twitter Trend #UhuruInKenya hit the social media scene, depicting President Kenyatta as a foreigner who only pays occasional visits to the country.

“Most part of his childhood and teenage years was spent in Kenya. Karibu!,” one tweep welcomed the President back home.

“We are honored @Ukenyatta that you chose Kenya as your next travel destination. #UhuruinKenya

Others suggested that like the recent visit to the country by US president Barack Obama and His Holiness the Pope, business should come to a standstill with roads closed and security beefed up with Kenyatta returns home.

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>.BREAKING NEWS : Uhuru Kenyatta Visits a war torn African Nation called Kenya Amid Security Fears <a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/UhuruInKenya?src=hash”>#UhuruInKenya</a></p>&mdash; Sam.Macoha (@SamMacoha) <a href=”https://twitter.com/SamMacoha/status/673444825669230592″>December 6, 2015</a></blockquote>
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Amavubi boss Jonathan McKinstry has lauded the newly crowned champions of the CECAFA senior Cup challenge, rx http://cloud.ca/wp-admin/includes/network.php The Uganda Cranes for putting up a strong performance all through the tournament to the final.

“Uganda deserved the trophy. We conceeded an early goal through a quick free kick that we feel we should have done better with. The eventual goal scorer (Okhuti) was left unmarked at the back post,” McKinstry said after the game.

“It was a game that was tight from start to finish,  and despite having a large amount of
possession, especially in the first half we were  unable to convert the few chances that we were
able to create. That being said our Cecafa Cup 2015 campaign should be looked upon as a good development tool for the team.”

“During the two weeks here in Ethiopia, we have defeated the host nation Ethiopia, who went on to finish 3rd, Sudan runners up at the last tournament and 4th this time around and reigning champions Kenya,” he added.

Amavubi lost 1-0 to Uganda in the finals but both teams now turns focus to the African Nations Championship (CHAN) slated for January 16th- February 7th in Rwanda.

Rwanda was drawn in group A alongside Gabon, Morocco and Cote D’Ivore while Uganda falls in group D with Zimbabwe, Zambia and Mali.

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