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Uhuru Responds to Those Who Think He Will Exit Politics, Reveals The Role He Will Play In The Next Government

President Uhuru has responded to those who think he will exit politics after the August 9th much-anticipated polls disclosing the role he will play inside the Azimio One Kenya Alliance administration in the event former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is elected as the country's 5th President.

President Uhuru while speaking in an interview with the Kikuyu local media stations has informed that those thinking that he will be retiring from politics are wrong and that what he will be doing is to honor the Constitutional term limit, and that he is going nowhere.

The Head of State has said that he will be active in the next government and that "Those saying that I should go and retire in my Gatundu house should know that politics is a dynamic game. I am going nowhere."

Extending that "What I'll do coming week is leave this seat for another person."

President Uhuru is on the record informing the people of the Mt Kenya region that even after he exits from power he will still be active in politics to ensure that the people of Mt Kenya benefit in the event Raila Odinga wins the Presidency and that he will make sure that he makes a follow up on every development happening to benefit his people.

The Head of State also asked the people from his backyard that they should choose a leader who will make sure that the development agenda he has left behind are implemented.

"I will have a keen interest in Mt Kenya's development programs after I retire," President Uhuru said as quoted in the nation, extending that "I have always, in my 10 years, endeavored to expand infrastructure to a point eyebrows were raised about the huge budgets we were pumping here."

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Gatundu Kikuyu Uhuru

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