The recent remarks by the current president of Kenya Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has sparked reactions from different corners of the country. He had earlier drawn an analogy for all those that were attacking him saying that he has failed in his legacy.
He was keen to note that those in government attacking him should first tell people what they have done for the last ten years. He went ahead to note that he was not going to please everyone with the infrastructure he had put across different parts of the country.
Millicent Omanga has responded to the sentiments stating that the president should be placed under anger management. She went ahead to claim that the president is better since his plans to have Ruto out of government has failed and he wears that Ruto will take an early lead.
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