The Head of State was questioned on what he would like Kenyans to remember him for as a president of Kenya. Journalist Mutuma of Muga FM further asked president Uhuru on what he will miss in statehouse today being his last weekend being in statehouse for state functions.Photo courtesy - Journalist Mutuma
Responding to the journalist, Uhuru claimed that he would love to be remembered for making peace in the nation. Uhuru claimed that peace is vital for every Kenyan and that it paves way for the development of the country. The Head of State further claimed that he believes that Kenya can be a country where every person can benefit from anywhere without being questioned of his tribe or such discriminating factors.
Uhuru claimed that he may not miss the buildings in State House but the people they have been together in State House. Uhuru claims that the union they had with the people in State House is what he can miss and stressed that a good rapport with people is far much important.
"Kiria Ukumiss no andu aria murutithanagia wira nao, no andu no turigicemanagia ona makanithaini...," president Uhuru said. "What I will miss are the people we have been working together, but we will be meeting with them even if it is in churches...," the statement translates. (50th minute)
He claimed that people are what makes up a good country and urged all Kenyans to love each other.
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