Kenyatta cautioned Mt Kenya against Ruto's tricks."/>On the evening of Monday, October 18, a ferocious Uhuru Kenyatta slammed his estranged deputy William Ruto in front of Mt Kenya locals in Kikuyu.
In the midst of a series of political shadow boxing between the two top leaders who haven't been getting along, Uhuru urged his "soldiers" in the region to remain watchful and avoid being fooled during this high-octane political season.
The president told a crowd in Sagana on Monday that people should pay attention to every presidential candidate who comes to the region and carefully examine what they have to offer. "So many lies are being told to you. Why aren't you able to tell them that you want to be empowered? My people must awaken and recognize the things that will benefit you and future generations "The audience erupted in applause as he said this.
On the evening of Monday, October 18, a ferocious Uhuru Kenyatta slammed his estranged deputy William Ruto in front of Mt Kenya locals in Kikuyu. no politician should disrespect him, an obvious reference to the deputy president, who slammed him on Sunday, October 17, for failing to back his presidential bid.
He counseled them to be intelligent while they accepted the handouts and proceeded to the polls, adding that he would give the region the signal when the time was appropriate. "You will not see some leaders again when you are in need once they have achieved their political aspirations. "Let them say anything they want, but don't insult me," he continued.
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