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"Watu Waache Upuuzi," Uhuru Says as He Tell Kenyans to Avoid Voting For Thieves Come August- VIDEO

Angry President Uhuru Kenyatta via a message perceived as a direct response to Deputy President William Ruto's Yesterday remarks has said that he won't tolerate nonsense in his Jubilee Party Government until the Next Candidate is handed over the power, adding that some leaders have a habit of lying to the innocent Kenyans on what they will do instead of doing it now.

Speaking during the Commemoration of National Ushirika Day that Took Place at KICC in Nairobi where he spent the better part of his speech warning Kenyans that voting for thieves and looters of public resources will be their greatest mistake, Uhuru has also via a message appearing to undress his Deputy President said that some people instead of indetifitjng a gap and over any possible solution have now resulted in visiting various parts of the Nation Selling Unrealistic promises."Na Ndio Mimi Nasikitika Hapo Nikiona Wengine Ng'we Ng'we Ng'we, Mtu Amekua Huku, amepewa Kazi badala ya Kazi Ni Mdomo, Mdomo, Mdomo halafu Sasa anaanza Kusema Tutafanya Tufanya, Kwa Nini Haukufanya Hiyo Time.... Msiniletee Upuzi Mimi kwa serikali Yangu. Hiyo Ni Upuzi," Uhuru Said allegedly attacking Ruto.

Watch from 0:24 to 1:27

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Hiyo Ni Upuzi Kazi Mimi Nasikitika Hapo Nikiona Na Ndio Nini Haukufanya


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