Saturday May 16, 2020 – Former Machakos Senator, Johnstone Muthama, has asked President Uhuru to refrain from changing the constitution to stay in power.
Addressing a Press Conference in Nairobi on Friday, Muthama called on Uhuru to emulate former President Mwai Kibaki and retire honorably when his term ends in 2022 instead of clinging to power.
“Go home once your term ends.”
“Don’t amend the Constitution to stay in power,” Muthama said.
Muthama was accompanied by former Mombasa Senator, Omar Hassan, who also said that the recent post-election coalition between the Jubilee party and KANU leader, Gideon Moi, is a calculated move to make fools out of Kenyans and have Uhuru and his family remain in power even after 2022 when his tenure comes to an end.
“In the event that the country can be subjected to a referendum to enable a powerful Executive Prime Minister, then Uhuru Kenyatta will be Kenya’s Prime Minister.”
“In the event of a watered-down version of a Prime Minister, Muhoho Kenyatta, Uhuru’s younger brother will be Prime Minister.”
“For this they also need a President who will play ball, a card dangled to the contracting parties,” Hassan said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST