President Uhuru on Friday firmly accused his Deputy William Ruto of double standards and dared him to take a standard in the government. He urged Ruto if he has any challenges or concerns with the government, then he should quit but not speak ill of it, yet claims to be part of it.
Uhuru claimed that his deputy is on campaigns to divide Kenyans for his selfish gains. He stated that the priority of the government at the moment is development for Kenyans.
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“ Hakuna haja ya kuincite wakenya wenyewe kwa wenyewe. Unakuja unasema kwa mdomo moja serikali ni mbaya alafu kwa mdomo mwingine ati tumefanya kama serikali. Kwani serikali ni ngapi? Si ni moja? Kama unataka uzuri wake ukae nayo, kama unataja ubaya wake toka uwache wale wengine waendelee,” Uhuru said.
He added, “Lakini huwezi kuja na mdomo moja unasema hii na mdomo mwingine unasema matusi ya wale ambao unasema unafanya na wao. Tuheshimiane jameni.”
The president was addressing the people of Kabete in Kiambu County during the launch of a health care center and a water supply project.