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Uhuru Kenyatta Said He Won't Totally Give Up Public Life

Only five days left until Kenya's general election, and every presidential candidate is canvassing the nation to win support. Currently, Raila Odinga, the head of azimio la umoja, is in the Nyanza region in Kisumu county, while William Ruto, the leader of the Kenya Kwanza coalition, is in the western area in Kakamega county.

Uhuru Kenyatta, the outgoing president, said today, "Retiring does not imply that I will vanish from the public eye." I'll still be here. Here are some of the Kenyans' responses to this assertion.

"Your future is not bright..what that's any elder would foretell first book yourself into a rehab for Ganja detoxification @StateHouseKenya," Kiambu wrote in a tweet.

Sending Raila to Bondo is only a way for us to give him adequate time to spend with his grandchildren, Manuel wrote in a tweet.

"Hehe the reality for the person, he is yearning to still have the same attention," UDA wrote in a tweet.

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Kakamega Kisumu Raila Odinga Uhuru Kenyatta William Ruto


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