President Uhuru Kenyatta has today told Nakuru County Residents and Kenyans at large to desist from being used, cheated, and poisoned by Political brokers who are now acting as angels of light while their actions are in the public domain.
Speaking during his Nakuru Visit on Wednesday, President Uhuru Kenyatta has angrily reported that it's sad that Kenyans' minds have continued to be poisoned by the same leaders who were once perceived as their source of hope.President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto donates money during a past Harambee fundraiser event in 2015
"Wakaazi wa Nakuru Ninawasalimu Hamjamboo? Leo tuko na furaha kubwa sana kwa sababu, Hii City italeta Mambo Mingi Sana... Nataka kuwaambia ya Kwamba msikubali kudanganywa na wakora ambao wanatembea Uku na Kula wakisema ooh, Unajua Wazee hawafai Kuongoza Nchi Hii," Uhuru Says.
At the same time, President Uhuru Kenyatta has admitted that its sad that kenyans' minds were poisoned to rejects the BBI Bill which was meant to seal various loopholes that have continued to facilitate the looting of public resources by corrupt and greedy leaders. He has for instance revealed that Kenya has continued to lose kshs 2 billion everyday, adding that with BBI such people couldn't attempt to steal.
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