Few moment after president Uhuru spoke about leadership and saying that leadership is not a sprint but a marathon there have been a lot of reactions from William Ruto's allies who have come in support of the deputy president since the president's remarks were indirectly directed to the second-in-command. Speaking in a post through his social media account, the self proclaimed director of Hustler nation intelligence blogger Dennis itumbi has issued a statement to respond to Uhuru's marathon remarks telling him that he cannot handover a marathon button to an old man.
"There is no way a young man can go on a race and and over the button to an older man. The young man races and he gets older hands over to a young man who then his prints and handsover to another younger man." Dennis itumbi hit hat president Uhuru reminding him of what he said in 2017 that he cannot handover power to a power to an older man since power comes from old generations to younger generations.
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