UHURU warns RUTO and RAILA against early campaigns for Presidency in 2022 - You are embarrassing me by campaigning 1 year after 2 elections!

Saturday October 6, 2018 - President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned politicians against early campaigns saying this will derail the implementation of his Big Four agenda to Kenyans.

Speaking on Saturday during a city clean-up exercise at Uhuru market, Uhuru said politicians should desist from talking about 2022 and instead bring development to Kenyans.

"Jameni, tunajua kila miaka tano, tuna uchaguzi... si tungonje jameni miaka tano ifike ndio tuanze siasa ya uchaguzi huo mwingine?" he posed.

(We know that every five years we have elections, why don't we wait for 2022 so that we start politics)

The Head of State said leaders should respect each other and stop public theatrics.

"Tuheshimiane kama viongozi. Hakuna maendeleo ya Jubilee, ya ODM, Wiper... maendeleo ni ya wa Kenya. Nashukuru viongozi wa Nairobi tukisema tutabadilisha maisha ya watu wetu," he said.

While a section of Jubilee politicians want Deputy President William Ruto to take over from Uhuru in 2022, others in the Opposition have said that they will support ODM leader, Raila Odinga.

Ruto has been making countless tours across the country to allegedly popularise his bid for the State House race.

On the other hand, Raila Odinga is using his confidantes like Siaya Senator, James Orengo, and Suna East MP, Junet Mohamed, to criss-cross the country and hunt for votes.


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