While presiding over the National Council of Ushirika Day celebrations at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), Uhuru rubbished Ruto's manifesto ckaiming that the DP did not deliver.
Nakuru County Senator Susan Kihika has reacted to the attack by President Uhuru on his DP alleging why the President is angry at his deputy.
In her remarks, Kihika has alleged that President Uhuru is angry because the State capture and cronyism discussion has finally found its way to the table.
The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party gubernatorial candidate for Nakuru County has claimed that Uhuru is a 'lame duck President' and urged that the issue of the port captire should first be addressed without insults.
"Why is the lame duck President so angry? Could it be because the STATE CAPTURE and CRONYISM discussion is finally on the table? Can he address the issue of the Port Capture without throwing a tantrum?" Senator Susan Kihika said.
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