President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday told Kenyans that he is not ready to cling on power and that he will leave the country into safe hands,a person who Kenyans trust with their resources and not a thief who will oppress kenyans.
Although he did not refer to anyone or mentioned any name in his speech,the head of state could have been referring to those leaders whom they have fallen part with and have previously been abusing him.
"My aim is to ensure that those who will assume office after me will not be thieves who will oppress Kenyans. I will only leave the office to someone Kenyans can trust." He said.
The tangatanga wing of leadership popularly known as the fake hustlers took those comments as personal and without hesitation, Senator Susan Kihika and controversial embattled lawyer Miguna Miguna took to their Twitter to reply on the president's speech.
Kihika wrote that it was so unfortunate for the president that he cannot decide on who rules the country after him rather it is Kenyans who will decide.
"Unfortunately, for Uhuru and fortunately for Kenyans, he doesn’t get to decide who he hands over to. The people of Kenya decide based on their votes who it’s handed over to! He doesn’t get to decide for Kenyans perhaps the day this will sink in Makasiriko itaisha." She wrote.
In his part Miguna Miguna showed his frustration and claimed that nobody has stolen from the country more than the Kenyatta family and the Moi family telling the president that he will just handover the power to whoever Kenyans will elect.
"Nobody has stolen from Kenya more than Jomo Kenyatta, Uhuru Kenyatta Daniel Moi and their families. No. Despot Uhuru Kenyatta,you will and must handover the power to whoever Kenyans choose. The Constitution of Kenya 2010 is supreme!" He wrote.
With about 16 months to the next general elections,the president said that he is not even bothered with the insults he receives from leaders rather he is focused on creating his own legacy and deliver service to kenyans as he had promised. "
I don't care those who move around insulting me, my focus right now is on Kenyans who elected me into office, I will make sure I fulfill my promise to them," he said.
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