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Thursday, March 17, 2022 – President Uhuru Kenyatta broke his silence a day after attacks were sustained on him during the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party National Delegates Conference (NDC) in Nairobi.
UDA, led by Deputy President William Ruto, convened its NDC at the Kasarani gymnasium, an event that culminated in Ruto being nominated the outfit’s presidential candidate in the August 9 vote.
During the function, almost all the speakers unleashed their tirades on Uhuru whom they accused of mismanaging the country in his second and last term.
Ruto, who was the man of the moment, took the opportunity to vent, accusing Uhuru of all manner of things, from corruption to state capture of key institutions which he claimed have been weaponized against his supporters and allies.
However, speaking at Nairobi’s Uhuru market yesterday, Uhuru told off his critics, saying that he would not be derailed from delivering on his agenda to the nation.
He urged Ruto and his allies to keep on making noise as he continues working for Kenyans.
However, he warned them never to incite Kenyans as that would be met with the full force of the law.
“Watu wa matusi waendelee nayo sisi tuendelee na kazi. Msijali, na msikubali mtu akuje kuincite nyinyi. Muishi kwa amani. Kama kuna tabu tutaiondoa kwa kuongea vile tulifanya na Baba (They can continue with their attacks as we get down to work.
“Do not bother, and don’t allow anyone to incite you. Continue living together in peace. Whenever there is a problem we can always deal with it through dialogue, the way we did with Baba (Raila),” he said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST.