The Amani national Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi today has attacked and slammed president Uhuru Kenyatta's projects in public at his first tour with the deputy president William Ruto in Nakuru county.
While addressing the residents of Nakuru park, Mudavadi said that Kenyans cannot and will never eat the road that are being constructed by the government that is led by Uhuru and Ruto.
"Kenyans do not eat roads" he said.
Mudavadi also said that despite the president being disappointed at him for backing up Ruto, Kenyans are also very disappointed at the president and are angry for his leadership.
"Mr president you have a right to be disappointed with me. But I want to tell you, Kenyans are even more disappointed with you, they're angry they're tired. Let's not lie to each other," he said.
This was just his first rally with the deputy president William Ruto where Mudavadi and Wetangula joined him and attacked uhuru Kenyatta's road legacy that he will be leaving behind after his tenure.
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