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Kenyans Attack President Uhuru After Hitting Out At Dp Ruto Over His Promisory 2022 Manifesto

What Following President Uhuru Kenyatta's veiled attack on his Deputy, William Ruto, in the context of the forthcoming general elections, Kenyans have prompted a variety of responses from their fellow citizens.

The head of state tore into the Deputy President William Ruto over his 2022 Promises while he was addressing at the Ushirika celebrations. Uhuru mentioned that there are some individuals who are constantly making promises about what they would do if and when they gain control of the government. He questioned why they did nothing about it when they were in power in the government.

Kenyatta continued with his indirect attacks against Ruto after Ruto praised Peter Munya, the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, for doing an exceptional job in the Ministry for only three years. Kenyatta was responding to Munya's statement that he had done an exemplary job in the Ministry for only three years. According to him, others, including Ruto, had been in the same ministry for eight years but had accomplished nothing during that time.

"Mimi nasikitika kuona watu wengine wakilia ng'we ng'we Uko,mtu amepewa Kazi na badala ya kufanya Kazi ni mdomo ati tutafanya Kazi, kwanini haukufanya wakati ulikuwa? Watu waache upuzi bana "Reference was made to President Kenyatta.

Kenyans have responded to President Kenyatta's words, with some defending the Second in Command by pointing out that the Deputy President does not have the authority to carry out the majority of the duties.

This comes as Dp Ruto's remarks on prosecution of president Uhuru as he becomes the president if elected in August 9 general elections.

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