Nakuru county governor Susan Kihika has left Kenyans talking after he shared a tweet criticizing the former president for acting like God when he was in power. In a tweet she shared on her page the governor said that Uhuru Kenyatta was a very proud man who was ful of himself.
Kihika was reacting to a clip shared by Kimani Ichungwa in which the former president was addressing Kenyans at a rally. In the video shared by Ichungwa Uhuru is heard lecturing and cursing Mt Kenya leaders for not supporting Raila Odinga as he had asked them but instead following William Ruto. Uhuru believed that Raila was the best person to lead the people of Mt Kenya but they had other plans for themselves which they thought were better.
After seeing the video the county boss expressed her sadness as she revealed that everytime she sees the clip she is overwhelmed with sadness.
"That clip really saddens me a man so full of himself he almost thinks he is God. Sorry you had to sit thru that nonsense. When his flag was handed to him, his portrait replaced with WSR’s & the ADC switched sides I understood power is transient, No need for pride It’s all vanity!" Susan Kihika said.
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