Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungw'ah has stated that the hustler nation is not tired with the rallies led by Deputy President William Ruto across the country hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta attacked the camp.
In his speech while conferring Nakuru County as the fourth city in the country, Uhuru argued that leadership and elections is more of marathon compared to sprints and thus youths should be keen.
Through his Twitter account Ichungw'ah who accompanied the DP to his two day tour in Machakos County added that the Tanga Tanga camp is not moved by the sentiments of the head of state.
"Because we have God the Father who gives Breath and Energy, NOT godfathers, hatuishiwi na pumzi na hatuhemi (we are not moved, we have the breathe and are not yet tired).. we March on with God and the People," tweeted Ichung'wah.
Telling off Ruto's team for criticizing the handshake, Uhuru stated that the move was driven to ensure the country is peaceful, noting that the state used to lose more than Sh1 trillion during electioneering period due to political instability.
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