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Ichugwa Reacts To Uhuru After Jubilee NDC As He Reveals What Ruto Has Planned To Do To Him

National Assembly Majority Leader, Kimani Ichung' wah, has responded to former President Uhuru Kenyatta' s criticism of President William Ruto' s government during the Jubilee Party National Delegates Conference (NDC) held on Monday.

Uhuru, during the NDC, took aim at Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza allies, cautioning them to leave him alone or face the consequences.

In a counter- statement to Uhuru' s remarks, Kimani dismissed the former president' s criticisms, asserting that he should refrain from causing disturbances while they focus on rectifying the many mistakes he and his Handshake partner, Raila Odinga, made.

" With all due respect, we gave you ten years of our respect and elected you as president, only for you to ruin our country and economy. We ask you to stop making noise about our work. Let us rebuild the economy that you damaged while you were busy with your Handshake, " Kimani stated.

Ichung' wah further warned the former president that Ruto and his allies would not hesitate to confront him directly if he continues to engage in political activities.

While acknowledging Uhuru' s right to participate in politics and his status as a former president, Kimani stated that they would deal with him politically, matching his level of involvement if he chooses to reduce himself to a party activist.

" No one needs to sell you fear. We did not sell you fear, nor do we fear selling it. But if you want to return to politics, come down to our level, and we will handle you accordingly, in the manner you wish to be dealt with. "

During Monday' s event, Uhuru dismissed the Kenya Kwanza leaders, asserting that he would not be intimidated due to his involvement in politics. He stated that he would continue serving the ruling Jubilee party until he deems it appropriate to hand over power.

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