President Uhuru Kenyatta has angrily hit out at his Deputy President William Ruto together with his allies.
While presiding over the Ushirika Day celebrations this afternoon, Uhuru has accused the second in command of making noise instead of doing work.
He has also launched an attack on him for promising that he will do certain things when he has failed to do them at the time he had the chance.
Uhuru went on to add that their opponents are fond of making noise yet somebody like the Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya has made a difference after getting the position for three years now.
"Mimi nasikitika hapo nikiona wengine ng'weng'wee mtu amekuwa huko amepewa kazi badala ya kazi ni mdomo mdomo mdomo. Alafu sasa tutafanya na kwa nini hukufanya wakati ulikuwa huko. Hii mambo ya makelele kila saa kichwa yako ni makelele makelele huko huko. Watu waache upuzi. Huyu Munya miaka tatu amekuja amebadilisha mambo huko katika agriculture hawa walikuwa huko miaka nane walifanya nini," said President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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