Of recent, president Uhuru Kenyatta has been silent and focusing on the country's development. As he is busy, there has been allegations that Jubilee party is becoming weak especially in its strongholds. This was after it lost in recent by elections.
It is for that reason that ODM communications director Phillip Etale has given a view that people are now joking with the president. According to Etale, When the king is naked, he must be told in congruent terms. Some people are taking advantage of the President’s good heart and they will fail him. He therefore urged the president to wake up now and see the light.
It should be remembered that Etale is not the only person who made such allegations. Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has also given such statements. That the president is a good person but he trusts too much and easily. However, it is not yet confirmed if the people are truly taking advantage of the president.
Therefore, the big questions are, who are these people taking advantage of the president? What is their target?
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