National assembly speaker Moses Wetangula has taken Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta head on as he calls him out for engaging actively in the politics of the country. The NA Speaker was speaking in Soyi Constituency in Uasin Gishu County where he had gone for the burial of Rtd Chief Samuel Kipruto Koech. Uasin Gishu County Senator Jackson Mandago was also present.
Wetangula has told ex President Uhuru Kenyatta to borrow a leaf from his predecessors the late Mzee Moi and Mzee Mwai Kibaki whom he said retired in peace after completing their terms of service.
"My advise to him is to keep off politics since his active engagement in politics will soil his legacy." Wetangula remarked.
He told ex President Uhuru Kenyatta to enjoy his retirement in peace and give President William Ruto a humble time to fix the ailing economy.
"He should enjoy his retirement in peace and give his successor President William Ruto a humble time to build the country's ailing economy." Wetangula remarked.
This comes as Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders are accusing ex President Uhuru Kenyatta for sponsoring the Azimio demos, a thing that Azimio leaders led by Raila Odinga has denied.
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