Uhuru Warns Kenyans (In Kikuyu) Against Falling for Ruto’s Money Politics

President Uhuru Kenyatta is not taking prisoners anymore.

The Country’s boss is said to be tired of his Deputy’s “situational philanthropy” that has seen him transversing the Country dishing money and fake projects.

During the burial of musician Joseph Kamaru, Uhuru advised Kenyans against being misled into ‘cheap politics of money’.

“I would like to tell Kenyans that they should not be misled into politics of money,” he said.

He also hit at leaders who are obsessed with politics, especially in the wake of early campaigns for 2022.

“Let us not be misled. Competitive politics must end. The animosity and hatred during election time should also end.”

Uhuru took a swipe at his Deputy without directly mentioning his name in Kikuyu dialect.

Uhuru asked Kenyans to unite at all times as they “do not have any other country to run to when things go south”.

“Kenya will never achieve her true position in the world unless we unite. We must bring our respective strengths together and respect one another.”

“It cannot be that every five years, Kenyans have to relocate from their homes because they are afraid,” he said.

“We want a Kenya where people vote and go back to their business to wait for the results.”

Over the weekend, Uhuru jabbed the same leaders asking them to stop politics and instead wait for 2022 general elections.

He said politicians should desist from talking about 2022 and instead bring development to Kenyans.

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