UHURU annoys Kenyans on Madaraka Say - See what leaders said in KIKUYU in front of RAILA

...main challenger of Uhuru Kenyatta in the August 8th Presidential race.

However, Kenyans were infuriated and exasperated by speakers at the ceremony who expressed themselves in Kikuyu language instead of national languages as is required for a national function like Madaraka Day.


Led by Nyeri Governor Samuel Wamathai, the leaders disregarded the value of the Madaraka fete and went tribal, turning the national event to a mere Kikuyu ceremony to the utter disappointment of many Kenyans, including Raila Odinga, who was in attendance.

The Mt. Kenya leaders, including President Uhuru Kenyatta, also used the platform to do politics as they begged voters to vote for Jubilee in August.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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  1. So what did they say in Kikuyu dialect? Misleading Heading! NKT!

  2. THERE IS FREEDOM OF EVERYTHING IN KENYA APART FROM STEALING. YOU ARE FREE TO USE ANY LANGUAGE THAT U WANT AT ANY TIME. IF SOMEI WAS NOT INVITED TO THE CEREMONY PLEASE EXCUSE US.

  3. admin are you saying Raila does not speak dholuo to his people wacha ufala.

  4. OKUYU AND UHURU THINKS KENYA BELONGS TO THEM ONLY.THEY HATE OTHER TRIBES SO MUCH THAT EVEN NATIONAL DAYS THEY TAKE IT LIKE ITS OKUYU DAY.GOD IN HEAVEN TELL OKUYU THAT OTHER TRIBES ALSO ARE KENYANS AND WITHOUT THEM OKUYU WILL NOT RULE.GOD GOD YOU SHOULD NOT ALLOW THEM TO HATE YOUR CHILDREN.THAT IS WHY MADARAKA WAS SO TRIBAL

  5. kenya will only move forward if we stop tribal politics

  6. I watched the whole madaraka day event. Uhuru DID NOT utter even a single word in Kikuyu...he didn't even great the people in Kikuyu. Ruto greeted the people in Kikuyu which I think is okay, after all, we can say he is not even a kikuyu. The Governor Wamathai is the one who spoke in Kikuyu...he didn't say anything much, he was simply campaigning for himself and for Uhuru. He also told Uhuru about the 'villages' created by the colonialists. As for the MCs, only Lucy Ngunjiri uttered a few words in Kikuyu and she was simply telling the people to walk into the stadium and sit down in an orderly way. I don't see anything wrong with that! Let's just say that people are exaggerating issues just because the event was held in central province. If it was held in another province, nobody would have noticed anything even if all the speeches were made in that region's mother tongue. SMH.

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