If the constitution could have allowed President Uhuru Kenyatta to run for Presidency again, then he could probably have won the seat again. That is because of the good work that he is doing in the country. In his recent term, the Head of State has completed plenty of projects thus winning the love and trust of the people.
Apart from just his projects, President Uhuru Kenyatta has also tried in bringing top leaders together. He has managed that but DP William Ruto and his allies have been a constant nuisance to his good governance. They have been trying as much as possible to pull Uhuru's legs back thus derailing his work for the people.
As we are speaking, it is yet again another sad moment to President Uhuru Kenyatta which was caused by DP William Ruto's ally Kipchumba Murkomen. Through his official twitter account, the Elgeyo Marakwet senator said tough words to President Uhuru ahead of his visit to Rift Valley region.
"R.Valley region under the leadership of DP Ruto has voted for U.Kenyatta 4 times.For 4 years he has been MIA in the region.His visit is long overdue.We have many questions touching on projects&governance.We shall be there under the leadership of WSR who led us to him.I can’t wait." Tweeted Kipchumba Murkomen.
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