‘Stop Lecturing Us In Funerals When We Supported Your Second Term’ Kithure Kindiki To Uhuru
By MASKANI_NEWS | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 4 views
It seem the battle lines in Jubilee have been drawn, with the latest to add his voice to the ongoing succession politics being Tharaka-Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki. The legislator through a Facebook post directed at Uhuru Kenyatta made his reservations on the current political situation in the country.
This comes only a few hours after the head of state addressed mourners in Kisii, where he had attended the farewell ceremony of Kisii leader Simeon Nyachae. In his post Kindiki wrote, “Dissolve parliament we go to debe, don’t lecture people in funerals when we supported you in your second term. Dissolve it and see how it comes. We are not silent because we are cowards!”
This post has elicited mixed reactions, especialy from Ruto’s supporters who feel left out in the running of the country’s affairs. For years now the relationship between Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto has been wavy with each leader trying to prove that he is right.
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