I’m Here To Stay!’ Uhuru Tells Off Kenya Kwanza As He Campaigns For Raila-Karua

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After repeated attacks from a part of the Kenya Kwanza lawmakers, President Uhuru Kenyatta has reaffirmed his intention to remain in power until the August General Election is held and a competent successor is elected.

During his ceremonial commissioning of Mwiki Level III Hospital in Kasarani, Nairobi County, President Kenyatta declared that even when his term ends, he will still be around since he is a Kenyan citizen regardless of whether he retains power. Kenyatta was speaking at the time.


Instead of drumming up support for their colleagues who are running for elected office, they’ve been talking about him instead of William Ruto, the deputy president of Kenya.


“Engine of Matusi’s Mdomo. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to see Uhuru in the distance distance, but you’ll have to work hard for it. Who wants to know if Uhuru’s death was due to his or her own incompetence?” stated Kenyatta, the president.


“Ati wananiambia nimalize niende. Nimalize niende wapi si ntakuwa hapa tu na mimi nitafanya kazi yangu hadi dakika ya mwisho.”


No matter how short his time in office may be, President Obama insists that he must continue to carry out all of his duties, including putting the finishing touches on essential development infrastructure, even though he knows that his time in office is drawing to a close.


In addition to the hospital, Barbara is an important figure in the community, as is Kazi Mingi, who he described as the “best of the best” in terms of the serikali ambazo that provides care for the most vulnerable in the community.


President Kenyatta insisted that he had no hatred toward Kenya Kwanza, but he urged support for Raila Odinga and Martha Karua of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya, claiming they were the best candidates to succeed him in the White House.


“There’s no need to worry about the future of Kenya, because the country’s future is in the hands of the people, not the politicians. It’s time to get ready for the big game, and we’re going to need a lot of help from you. Tunatafuta kura na nomba mwapatie lakini is where we’re going to be, and we’re going to be inanifurahisha zaidi for you, and we’re going to be mwananchi for you. We’re going to be mwananchi “said the President of the United States.


The recently opened Mwiki hospital in Kasarani has been been hailed as a game changer by President Kenyatta.


He pointed out that residents will save a lot of time by not having to drive around as much in search of nearby medical institutions to get medical care.


” Awoman can be 60 years old, and she’s still going strong. Zamani walikuwa wanaenda clinic za private and zingine clinics at the Nairobi Hospital for private patients. To put it another way, we need to wanapata our way out of this mess “he made the statement.


In response to Ruto’s alleged “slap,” President Uhuru says, “I Would Have Turned The Other Cheek.”

In response to Ruto’s alleged “slap,” President Uhuru says, “I Would Have Turned The Other Cheek.”


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