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Nakuru Residents Go Wild After President Uhuru Kenyatta Commented on Ruto's Early Campaigns

President Uhuru Kenyatta has last broken his silence following Deputy President William Ruto's series of campaigns across the country.

Speaking in Nakuru on Wednesday while confirming the county as the forth City in Kenya, Uhuru stated that the race to 2022 is not a sprint, rather than a marathon, and that Raila can overtake Ruto and win the seat.

"Youths do not be in a hurry, don't move with speed, you will fall. It is rather you move slowly and attain your goals. Do not vote a person who tells you, you need a young person compared to a older person, you should use your brain. Leadership is not a football match," he posed.

The head of state further urged Kenyans to choose peace and avoid violence.

On the criticism he has been receiving from the Tanga Tanga faction for his handshake with the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, the Jubilee party leader stated that what he did was for the sake of the country, and to ensure that peace and tranquility prevailed.

He assured Kenyans that he is going home after his term ends.

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