• Sat. Nov 28th, 2020

President Uhuru Kenyatta has dared his deputy William Ruto to work on his grand promises to Kenyans now, saying he is in government and not held back by anyone. Uhuru made these remarks during an ordination function at the Presbyterian Church of East African {PCEA}.

The president avoided politics at the church function, but in his address to the residents at the Tumutumu junction on the Nairobi-Nyeri highway, he criticized early 2022 campaigns and promises to transform the lives of Kenyans which are being made by those opposed to the BBI report.

Uhuru referred to Ruto and his allies as “Mbaari ya Ngeeka”, which in Kikuyu means the “clan of promises”. The president hit out at Ruto for his objection to the BBI report and the promise by him and his allies that they will make things better once they win in 2022.

“Why are they saying they will do things then and not now? Why can’t they do it now and rest the matter? Why can’t we solve our problems now through the BBI,” said Uhuru

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