'Heshima Si Utumwa' Uhuru seems to Remind His Deputy While In Kabarak Today
By KhaveiKE | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 3496 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta is in Kabarak leading Kenyans in marking the first anniversary of the death of former President Daniel Moi.
Uhuru was received by Baringo Senator Gideon Moi and his wife Zahra, Rongai MP Raymond Moi and other family members.
Many leaders who attended the anniversary give their testimonies and praises to the late president Daniel Moi the way he led Kenya to a successful nation.
When the president was given time to speak to the congregants,the president also did not hesitate to praise the late president Moi for his work hard and determination of ensuring that Kenya is having peace and it is prospering to greater Heights.
The president caution leaders that if they want to be great leaders, they should ensure they respect others the way president Moi did. The president also said leaders should not be throwing abusive words or accusing others any howly in public like the way other leaders have been doing.
The president said leadership comes from God through the people who elect you to become their leader but not true abusing others in the name of looking for leadership.
This seems like the president who's directing this piece of advice to his deputy or any other leader who is looking for top leadership in Kenya.
Do you think this words were directed to Deputy President William Ruto who is looking for the top seed in the country?
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