Over the last few days, a number of Kenyans from different diversity have come forth and convey different forms of messages that illustrates the kind of frustration Kenyans are enduring to the President, Uhuru Kenyatta.
In that connection, a large number of Kenyans were left with no options but to sleep in their cars after being caught up past curfew hours in Nairobi on Saturday evening that has left many talking. Thought they were released after being held up for long.
However, a popular and well organized Kenyan 'Raper' Brian Robert Ouko alias Khaligraf Jones took forth and sent a message to President Uhuru Kenyatta in regards to the Kenyans Caught up by the curfew.
"Uhuru Kenyatta kindly unlock our Country and end the curfew. The whole Country is messed up" posted Jones on his Official Instagram account.
He further went on and allegedly urged Dp Ruto to intervene as alot of Kenyans are suffering from the perndemic and promised him (Ruto) he'll campaign for him come 2022 if he chips in and do something for Kenyans.
On the other hand, Jones urged ODM PL Raila Odinga not to remain silence as he (Raila) is well known for fighting for Kenyans rights.
What is your opinion over Jones message to the three principals?
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