Speaking at International Cooperatives Day convention at the Kenyatta International Conference Center, Nairobi, president Uhuru Kenyatta indirectly hit at the deputy president William Ruto accusing of 'makinng too much noise'.
President Kenyatta wondered why the deputy president William Ruto is telling Kenyans that he will solve the problems facing them yet he failed to solve the same problems while in office as deputy president. "Wanasema watafanya, mbona hawakufanya," questioned Uhuru.
Uhuru went on and praised the current agriculture cabinet secretary Peter Munya for changing things around in the agricultural sector when the deputy president couldn't make such strides during his time as agriculture minister for eight years.
"Munya just came recently and has changed many things in the Agriculture sector. He was there for eight years and he did nothing," said president Uhuru.
The president closed his speech by asking Kenyans to think critically as they head into elections." No one is forcing you to do anything but think properly," he said.
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