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President Uhuru Kenyatta's Mountain Call

On Monday 18th president Uhuru Kenyatta made his visit to central in kirinyaga county where he went to see how the preparations for mashujaa day was as he urged the local leaders to unite and have a stand in politics.

He seemed to distance himself from his deputy Willam Ruto for he said that his Deputy dropped the government agendas and he is busy day in day out touring the country in the name of campaigns and hence not working for Kenyans as they promised.

He spoke to the local residents on his stopover using the vernacular and urged them to remain united and elect the leader who will take care of their needs and ensure the country is moving forward.

This message seemed to be working on Raila's favor as he proved that the country's State of unity and peace happened because they came together with Raila in form of the handshake movement and the country was saved from violence.

Although he doesn't want to endorse the ODM Leader Raila Odinga directly, His actions and speech is not any closer to support his deputy Willam Ruto.

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Mountain Call ODM Uhuru Kenyatta Willam Willam Ruto


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