Nominated MP Sabina Chege have sent a strong advice to former President Uhuru Kenyatta as Jubilee Party's leadership wrangles continue to take shape.
Speaking during a Sunday service attended by President William Ruto at Isiolo Boys High School today, Sabina Chege said she still owes the former President a lot of respect and does not like seeing him being embarrassed in public.
"The former President was my party leader. It will be a very big mistake if we say we don't respect him," she said.
However, Sabina claimed that Uhuru's time in politics is now over and that the former President should now sit back and enjoy his retirement.
She said that Uhuru Kenyatta must now make wise decisions, adding that the only thing they can get from the former President now is his advice on leadership skills.
"Our former party leader, wakati wake imeisha. Sasa yeye ni mzee akuje pole pole atupee mawaidha. Hazidanganywe na yule Mzee wa Kitendawili (His time is over. He is now an old man, let him come slowly and give us advice. He should not be cheated by Raila)," Sabina Chege said.
Sabina also assured the former President that his retirement packages will be safe and that no one will interfere with his retirement plans.
She also used the opportunity to pose a question to the crowd that was listening to her, asking whether they were in support of Azimio's protests or for the government to continue working for the people, with should of "Kazi (work)" filling the air to show that the residents were in support of the government.
"Mnataka kazi ama maandamano? (Do you want work or protests?)," Sabina posed.
"Kazi (Work)," the crowd shouted back.
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