"Tusitishwe sisi" are the remarks made by former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu in front of deputy President William Ruto in an attack against President Uhuru and his handshake partner Raila Odinga.
Speaking in the Nairobi area, the former Kiambu Governor has launched an attack on President Uhuru and his handshake partner Raila Odinga informing them that, as the Deputy President's camp that they won't bow down to their intimidations.
Governor Waititu has continued to allege that Raila Odinga is a state project being imposed for the Presidency purporting that even his Naivasha meeting with Governors would not be successful were it not for fear of being probed.
Waititu has continued to challenge the President and Raila Odinga that if they are sincere in their battle against corruption, then, they should first bring to book the KEMSA thieves.
"(Tusitishwe na serikali kwa sababu ya ku support DP Ruto)We refuse to be intimidated by the government because of supporting Deputy President William Ruto. Yesterday you saw governors being intimidated that they will be taken to court, that is why they all attended the Naivasha meeting.
If President Uhuru and Raila Odinga are genuinely fighting corruption, they should first bring to book those that stope from KEMSA," Waititu has added.
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