Uhuru dares William Ruto to resign on his speech at Uthiru

 

President Uhuru Kenyatta in Uthiru photo
 President Uhuru Kenyatta in Uthiru. PHOTO | PSCU

Due to constant criticism of Jubilee government, President Uhuru Kenyatta dares his deputy William Ruto, to resign.


Speaking while commissioning two hospitals built by the Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) in Nairobi on Friday, February 12, the head of state accused DP Ruto over his move belittling the government he is still a part of.


“On the hand, you keep saying the government is bad and on the other, the government has done this and that,” said the Head of State, challenging Ruto of being a double standard.


Uhuru's anger appeared to have been sparked by Ruto’s repeated claims that the Building Bridges Initiative has replaced Jubilee’s Big Four Agenda. 



However, the DP keeps taking credit for finished government projects.


“We are either together or we are apart. You cannot come and take credit and then at the same time insult those you are together with,” said Kenyatta.


The Jubilee Party blocked Ruto at the Pangani headquarters and asked him to be more respectful or choose which side he wants to be on.

“If we respect one another, Kenya will be peaceful. You can’t keep on dividing people,” said the President.


Kenyatta commissioned Uthiru Health Centre and Kiamako Health Centre, two medical facilities built by the Maj-Gen Mohamed Badi-led NMS.

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