Kenyans are experiencing dejavu whereby ex President Jomo Kenyatta son, Uhuru Kenyatta is the incumbent president. It goes without saying that Uhuru was Jomo Kenyatta's favorite son based on the many meetings Jomo attended with young Uhuru
However, all was not a walk in the park for Uhuru Kenyatta during his childhood days. At one point, Uhuru Kenyatta engaged in a brutal fight with one of his classmates after the two had an argument.
This was disclosed by James Kihara Kibe, a former police officer whose main duty was to drive young Uhuru Kenyatta to and from school. After the fight, James Kibe advised Uhuru to tell his father about the fight
Minutes later, Uhuru Kenyatta revealed to his father about the fight they engaged with his classmate whereby he hoped for fatherly advice. However, Jomo Kenyatta who was then the president was angry at his son Uhuru Kenyatta whereby he asked Uhuru whether he was a woman since he couldn't fight back.
Uhuru Kenyatta seemed to have taken the words of his father keenly. This is because weeks later, Uhuru was involved in another school fight whereby he emerged victorious as he thumped his school mates with many blows that he had to be stopped
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