According to a news article supplied by a trustworthy source of information, President Uhuru Kenyatta has accused Kenya's vice president of making false promises despite supposedly failing in his duties.
President Uhuru Kenyatta reportedly stated that the vice president of Kenya should cease referring to him anywhere in the nation. According to Uhuru, the vice president of Kenya should stop constantly bringing up their falling out and instead go on and do something innovative.
The well-known politician, or Susan Kihika, has criticized president Uhuru Kenyatta for doing this by using her various social media accounts to voice her view and recommendations on the subject.
According to Kihika's reports, she requested that President Uhuru Kenyatta speak to the Mombasa port. Following the ANC Party leader's assertion that President Uhuru Kenyatta and the former Kenyan prime minister had sold the port.
Kenyans who responded to her post on various social media platforms to share their thoughts and recommendations on the subject have criticized the well-known politician for referring to President Uhuru Kenyatta as a lame-duck leader.
Most Kenyans reportedly stated that it was regrettable that the country's president, Uhuru Kenyatta, is currently being insulted and abused by lawmakers who are close to the vice president of Kenya.
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