The president yesterday had time to address the roadside crowd which gathered to say hallo to him when he was coming from an even in the city. He went to inspect the railway projects where he was accompanied by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services general Mohamed Badi, the Nairobi deputy governor Ann Kananu and several other leaders.
When he was returning back a lot of people had gathered forcing him to address them. This is the time he droped another blow to those who are seeking to succeed him in the next year's polls. He added that he is not going to hand over power to any person likely to loot from Kenyans or divide the country.
He didn't mention anybody in particular but he was most probably addressing those he has openly differed with publicly including the DP Ruto. This has gotten the DP allies in a wrong way and they have reacted painfully to those sentiments.
The Nakuru senator and a Ruto hard liner Hon. Susan Kihika has come out and hit at those sentiments saying that it is not the president to decide whom to hand over the baton to but the people of Kenya through a democratic ballot.
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