Uhuru Takes A Swipe At Ruto, Asks Him To Take It Slow Or Loose

KEY POINTS:

  • Uhuru has asked presidential aspirants to take it slow and seek votes in a polite manner 
  • The head of state told the leaders to stop complaining all the time but instead expedite in the mandate given to them the Kenyans.
  • He even asked leaders to stop diving Kenyans.
  • Uhuru is currently inspecting projects in the coastal region.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has taken a swipe at his Deputy William Ruto and other Presidential aspirants asking them to take it slow and seek votes in a polite manner not by force as they will loose.

Uhuru likened politics to the normal life of a boy seducing a girl saying it requires one to humble himself instead of going rough.

”The votes are with wananchi who will decide whether to give you or not, so ensure that you keep peace and unity,” he said.

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Uhuru who has been at the Coast inspecting various government projects on Monday said leaders who are always inciting Kenyans have no interest of the people but pushing for their personal gains.

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The head of state told the leaders to stop complaining all the time but instead expedite in the mandate given to them the Kenyans.

”Do not accept to be divided on different grounds like this political party, religion, or tribe or colour, reject such moves and tell that person to sell politics of policies and development that will uplift standards of living and not hatred,” he said.

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He was accompanied by Lands Chief Administrative Secretary Gideon Mung’aro, Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, and hosted by Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi together with Kilifi woman rep Gertrude Mbeyu and Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia.

He toured Sh4.2 billion Malindi Salagate road and the Sh 2.3 billion  Baricho Bridge in Malindi sub-county of Kilifi county.

The President said currently he was walking with Governor Kingi, Joho, and others who were in ODM for the sake of Kenyans.

”When you see leaders hurling insults at each other it’s not because of wananchi but for themselves,” he said.

He said there are more projects lined up to be set up in the Coast region in addition to the grand projects which are already going on.

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