The ever jovial incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta left Kibra residents in stitches when he decided to give them a piece of advice. The retiring President Uhuru Kenyatta told them that given they now have a hospital in their backyard, they should not just focus on giving birth but at the same time they should 'work'.
President Uhuru Kenyatta was talking after commissioning a new level 3 hospital in Kibra. The incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta was accompanied by his handshake partner the Orange Democratic Movement party leader Hon Raila Amolo Odinga. The relationship between the two political foes come friends continues to blossom with the president even acknowledging the success to Hon Raila Amolo Odinga.
"President Uhuru’s message earlier today in Kibera:
Big 4 development projects being delivered.
Kenyans benefiting from peace and stability.
Urges countrymen to ensure continuity.
One handshake 🤝 by two men, such a huge leap for the country.
#KenyaMoja." Tweeted by Dikembe Disembe
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