Photo : President Kenyatta.
The Mashujaa's Day celebration at Wanguru International stadium was indeed an auspicious event. Top leaders in the country conveyed their speeches to the people of Kirinyaga to be precise and the whole country in general. Among the speeches which have been highly viewed are President Kenyatta's speech, DP Ruto's speech and the speech delivered by the Former Prime Minister- Raila Odinga.
With Bloggers and political analysts dissecting these speeches, various views have been brought up. For instance, blogger has explained how Uhuru's speech is like a hard Slap' on DP Ruto's Face.
He says that DP Ruto has not been actively involved in government projects particularly during the second term of the Jubilee government, this is most likely as a result of the handshake between Odinga and Kenyatta. Mega projects such as digitization of the land registry and opening up of hospitals in Nairobi were particularly mentioned.
If this is dissected further, the slap being talked about could be the fact that even with DP Ruto "sidelining" himself from Uhuru, key projects were still running.
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