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"Nitawashtaki" An Angry Uhuru Says After Several People Stormed Out Of His Meeting On DRC Today

An angry former president Uhuru Kenyatta was forced to take swift action earlier today after the representatives of the various stakeholders on the democratic republic of Congo (DRC) peace process stormed out of the meeting. The cause of the walkout was unpaid allowances.

In his warning to them just before they did so, Uhuru told them that he will report those who are responsible for the mess to their superiors back in DRC, warning against those who were thinking that he is no longer powerful.

Nitawashtaki kwa wakubwa wao, wanafikiria mimi sio mkubwa…" he said, loosely translated by Citizen Digital to: (Maybe they think I am no longer powerful but I have the ear and attention of their leaders so they better bring what is your rightful dues."

The seemingly unimpressed former president further decided to postpone the meeting on DRC peace situation to a later date and promised that he would get to the bottom of the matter.

He said that the process has been allocated enough funds and that he was among the people who helped to source for the funds. He expressed regret over the walkout and the inconvenience.

"I would like to postpone this meeting and ask we meet here tomorrow. We know we have enough funds and I know because I was one of the people who helped source the money to help in bringing peace to the DRC," Uhuru said.

The former head of state has been driving the Ethiopia peace process and was highly anticipated to make a major declaration today in Nairobi before the meeting was postponed at the last minute.

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Citizen Digital Uhuru Uhuru Kenyatta


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