As the country is heading to the next general elections, most of Kenyans are currently making comparison between the reign of Kenyatta and Kibaki.Despite the infrastructure development in the country, Uhuru's government has faced a debt crisis.￼
On April 17, Robert Alai showered praises to Kibaki's leadership and linked him to an angel who loved his country.The vocal activist and blogger added that Moi is a saint.
"He created the most industries, built schools and even had loyalists from every part of the country which he visited them by road and interacted with them," Alai posted on his Facebook page.
Alai named Kibaki as a leader who entrenched ethnic dominance in the country. Additionally, he named Kibaki as a leader who promoted tribal dominance through his policies and practices.
Alai has been one of the key supporters of Uhuru and Raila handshake.He has been at the forefront in pushing for the BBI refferendum.
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