President Uhuru: Beware of Thieves Coming to Ask For Your Vote, They Can Even Snatch Your Wives
By Robbi | self meida writer
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The differences between Jubilee Party and ODM group allied to Dp Ruto continue to escalate even further as the ruling party exerts pressure, threatening to remove Ruto's allies from the party. The succession politics have also been the center of discussion as President Uhuru has not endorsed anyone to replace him in 2022.
Speaking in Maralal, Samburu County, President Uhuru Kenyatta yet again, dropped a bombshell that seems to be directed at his deputy. He told the Maralal people to be wary of thieves going around the country, giving them empty promises and asking them for their votes. He also said that the 'thieves' can even snatch their wives.
The Head of State also said that he has been commissioning roads, electricity, water, and other projects. Although he did not mention names of the 'thieves', his remarks are seen to be attacking Dp Ruto, who has been going around the country, campaigning for his 2022 presidential bid. The second in command is currently in Meru County and is expected to tour various parts of the county.
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