President Uhuru Kenyatta has Reportedly said that he's not going anywhere. He is still around with Kenyans. And you will be meeting him on the streets.
Speaking in an inclusive interview in Inooro tv, the host Kamati Wa Kangethe reportedly asked president Uhuru Kenyatta. If it's true he's leaving Kenyans. In response to his questions, Uhuru Kenyatta laughed off. Saying that he's going no where.
Uhuru claims that he will be with Kenyans. The only thing will change is the address. But they will be meeting with Kenyans on the streets. He will also be attending meetings while invited.
On the other hand, Uhuru has Revealed his next move after retirement. Saying that he will be working together with Kenyans and building our country. He will only leave the presidential work, and start another job.
Adding that the only thing he want from Mt Kenya region residents is that they should speak under one voice. Saying that they shouldn't accept anyone(perceived to be Ruto) come to divide them. For his own benefits.
"Ni ukweli unatuacha?" Asks Kamau
"Mimi siendi mahali.Hakuna mahali naende. Kamau kwani tunaenda wapi. Nitakuwa na nyinyi. Tutakuwa tunapata na kwa mtaa. The only thing is that we are changing the address. nabadilisha kazi ya Urais na nitaanza kazi ingine ", says Uhuru Kenyatta.
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