The decision by President Uhuru Kenyatta on whether he will be campaigning for the Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga has made the Kenya Kwanza leaders to share their different reactions. Initially, reports had indicated that Uhuru might keep off the Azimio campaigns but it has emerged that the president could be on the campaign trail from June.
While speaking in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro has made controversial remarks concerning President Uhuru's decision to campaign for Odinga while reacting to today's report that Uhuru would still be on the campaign trail. Ndindi Nyoro said that they are eyeing 70% of the Mt Kenya votes and Uhuru should not block them by campaigning for Raila.
Nyoro further asked president Uhuru Kenyatta to stay away from Raila Odinga's campaigns. He further said that the president should humble himself and avoid putting his legacy in campaigns. Nyoro said the president should switch off his phone and go home.
"I read today's newspaper and it seems the president still wants to be in politics. I want to tell the president that if he gets into politics, he might ashame himself. Our president should humble himself since Kenyans have given him two terms and go home in peace. When time comes for you to retire, Mr president please switch off your phone and go home." Ndindi Nyoro stated.
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