Head of State President Uhuru Kenyatta has been dismantled by former governor William Kabogo over claims that he (Uhuru Kenyatta) wants to continue ruling the country.
William Kabogo has taken on the Head of State telling him off that he is going home and there is no debate about that. He has further fired at the President saying that if he wants to continue ruling, he should tell his people that it is not going to be possible.
Kabogo has said that the current Constitution says that the President should go home after his tenure expires in 2022 and his plans of seeking to continue ruling the country will bear no fruits.
'' President Uhuru Kenyatta is going home and there is no debate about that. If he wants to rule again he should tell his people that it will not be possible. The present constitution says Uhuru should go home. The step he has taken to tell us who will lead us we cannot accept. '' Former Governor William Kabogo stated.
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