President Uhuru Kenyatta is always considered to be one of the cool and reserved leaders in Kenyan history since he is always slow to react to insults and warm welcoming when it comes to hillarious jokes.
Recently speaking,Gladwell Cheruiyot,Baringo woman representative allegedly claims that president Uhuru Kenyatta has tried as much as he can to tolerate some people.
"President Uhuru is not too abrasive.If he was some other people,whom i cannot quote,it would not have been business as usual...I think president Uhuru Kenyatta has tried to tolerate some people."Gladwell said.
However,the funny thing with the patriotic Kenyan citizens,they will always disagree with everything whether good or bad as it has become a norm to an extent of generating the notation of #Kenya Sihami.
See some of the reaction comments to Gladwell's claims on twitter.
Although as much as it could be termed as "attention seeking" from the women representative Gladwell,there is some truth behind it and you could somehow agree with it despite the allegations that there must be a betrayer between Uhuru and Ruto.This is after the recent stimulating DP Ruto's security scandal.
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