The president of Kenya Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has been asked to be fair, humane and moral and stop blaming his Deputy William Somoei Arap Ruto for his failed state.
Speaking during his thanks giving prayer day in Kapsabet Nandi County, the Nandi county governor Stephen Sang said that Uhuru should be calm and see how Ruto helped him during their first term and earned him a second term where he later denied him his roles according to the executive order one that was transferred to Matiangi, and thus should blame Matiangi for not supporting him.
Sang who was hosting United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leaders including Speaker JB Muturi, and Amani National Congress (ANC) leaders Musalia Mudavadi , Governor Mandago and other leaders, he thanked the people of Nandi for allowing him to serve them in the first five years where infrastructure improved, hospitals, education, sports and agriculture, and said that a guaranteed second term will ensure completion of all the started projects.
The former university lecturer urged the UDA alliance to thank the Kenya Kwanza leaders for supporting The Deputy President William Somoei Ruto in his race to becoming the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya.
Governor Mandago of Uasin Gishu county warned the Kenyan voters to watch what they utter and cautioned against blood shed come the general election, saying that Ruto`s win will be for two terms and will represent honor to God and the entire community also development and change of life for the best.
Speaker Justin Muturi has said that it is late for the president to start complaining adding that Kenyans are ready for change and described inciting Kenyans as a misplaced word, as what the politicians are doing is speaking to Kenyans to support their Bottom up economy which includes pesa mfukoni.
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi said it was too late to cry for change and that the remaining days cannot help the current economy, advising the president to remember when he last tabled and agenda for discussion in a cabinet meeting.