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Here is What President Uhuru Has Said That Left Kenyans at KICC in Laughter [Video]

The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, has been at the forefront of ensuring that the country progresses and this has been witnessed in the technological advancements that have been witnessed during his ten year tenure as the Commander in Chief.

A few days ago, the three top Presidential Candidates launched their manifestos where they have outlined what they will be doing for Kenyans if they are elected in the next General Elections as President.

President Uhuru Kenyatta fell off with his Deputy, William Ruto a few years ago and the two have not been on good terms since then with President Uhuru openly endorsing Azimio la Umoja Flagbearer Raila Odinga.

This afternoon, while giving a speech at the Kenyatta International Conference Center where thousands are gathered for the World Co-operatives Day, the president has taken a subtle dig at his Deputy as per the reliable reports from KTN News Kenya.

Video Courtesy. President Uhuru at KICC.

Amid laughter from the crowd, the President asked some politicians who have been in the government for the last ten years to account for what they have done and not what they will do.

The president, while breaking into Kiswahili language to deliver the punchlines, praised the Agricultural Cabinet Secretary, Peter Munya for changing things in a matter of three years what some couldn't do in eight.

Here is what the President said, "Wengine wanasema watafanya, kwa nini hawakufanya? watu waache upuuzi (Some are saying that they will do. Why didn't they do it while they were still in government.)"

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Picture courtesy. President Uhuru Kenyatta at KICC during his speech.

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