Wednesday March 13, 2019-An outspoken Jubilee MP has expressed concerns over the transformation of President Uhuru Kenyatta since he agreed to work with National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga.

Speaking at a funeral in Ziwa on Tuesday, Soi MP, Caleb Kositany, who in the past served as a long-term aide of Deputy President William Ruto, said Uhuru in 2013 and 2017 was a very humble man, but he changed after the March 9th handshake.

“We are worried, in the past, we had a very fine president. These days we have a very temperamental president who is always annoyed. We don’t know what happened since the hand-shake,” Kositany said.

The lawmaker emphasized that the legacy the president can leave is to work together with his staunch supporters.

“If you want to leave a legacy, it will be only through working with people who voted for you and working well with your Deputy William Ruto. You will leave a good legacy if you relate well with people who believed in you when others called you names,” he said.

Kositany’s sentiments come a day after his Kapenguria counterpart Samuel Moroto blamed the handshake for having weakened the opposition, a development that has given a good environment for grand theft of public resources to thrive. 


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