Kenyans gang up against Uhuru after he made these remarks about patience and respect
By Wikosam | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 4384 views
Uhuru Kenyatta attended the late Moi's memorial service at Kabarak. Many other leaders including Kalonzo were present. The president expressed his disappointment concerning the ongoing political unrest and arrogance among leaders. Recently in Kisii, Osoro and Arati fought in front of the cameras and these led them being put in the list of shame by NCIC.
Uhuru asked leaders to emulate the late former president Moi's patience and respect. This did not sit well with Kenyans who took to social media to condemn him for his hypocrisy. They said that he should lead by example. Many people believe that he is behind Sonko's woes with the law. Sonko had persistently attacked him in public before he was arrested.
Others felt that Uhuru has been humiliating his deputy against what he now preaches. Some thought that there was nothing to learn from dictatorship.
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