"Kazi ni mdomo...mdomo, halafu sasa tutafanya...tutafanya, kwa nini hukufanya wakati ulikua ofisini?" president uhuru stated President Uhuru Kenyatta has called out his Deputy William Ruto for making false promises to Kenyans when he couldn't deliver on his mandate. The Head of State was speaking during the 100th International Cooperative Day Celebration at the KICC.
"Huyu Munya amekuja miaka tatu na amebadilisha Agriculture, hao walikua huko miaka nane walifanya nini? Ndio tuambiwe hapa eti watu hawajui, hao ndio hawaelewi. Akiona mtu ako na shida, 'ooh mimi nitatatua hiyo', kwa nini hukutatua huko mbele?" He added.
President Kenyatta who today spoke after his deputy president William Ruto launched his manifesto . President uhuru Kenyatta that what Ruto has promised is a lie and he can not fulfill since he has been at the government top office for ten years . He revealed that Ruto what he has promised can not be fulfilled.https://www.facebook.com/4382166/posts/pfbid023PLkp8vj3cq1rge6gXKtnrqp7EjaNdbje7gBk9HdbMRCiiVGydWzygcVSCCTSJN7l/?app=fbl
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