Nakuru governor Susan Kihika has expressed her displeasure at a video clip shared by MP Kimani Ichungwah.Ichungwah shared the video through his twitter handle.The video clip showed former president Uhuru speaking against his then deputy president Ruto in Mount Kenya.
The legislator shared the clip accompanied by a post praising God for the far he had taken them upto where they are now.Ichungwah said that there was God in heaven who shaped their destiny.
Susan Kihika responded to the video clip expressing her sadness at the sentiments made by president Uhuru Kenyatta against his then deputy president William Ruto.He said the former president was so full of himself that he talked about his deputy negatively while he was present.She said she learnt the value of being humble after Uhuru handed over power to Ruto noting that power was transient and pride was vanity.
"That clip really saddens me a man so full of himself he almost thinks he is God. Sorry you had to sit through that nonsense.When his flag was handed to him, his portrait replaced with WSR’s and the ADC switched sides I understood power is transient, No need for pride It’s all vanity," Kihika commented.
Video Link here: https://twitter.com/KIMANIICHUNGWAH/status/1579460418669785088?t=UJMAEGhqDy0Sch1C6QtTeg&s=19
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