Former presidential aspirant Mohammed Abduba Dida now says President Uhuru Kenyatta should pen an apology letter to Kenyans when exiting the top office.
The politician urged the head of state not to extend it even by a microsecond, Once his term lapses in August 2022.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, April 7, Dida urged the Jubilee Party leader to tag along with his deputy William Ruto on his way out.
“If the president loves this country like most of us, he should not extend his term even by a microsecond.
“On his way out, I hope that he writes a long apology letter. He must then return deputy Ruto back to the hole he picked him from,’ said Dida.
Dida’s sentiment comes after Kenyans took to social media to call out Uhuru’s administration for its insatiable appetite for loans.
Frustrated netizens started lamenting on Friday, April 2, when the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved KSh 276.7 billion loan which worsened Kenya’s debt situation.
However, the online protests hit a crescendo by Monday, April 5, as many Kenyans were still camping at the IMF’s social media pages for a third day, questioning why it was still giving loans to a country already sinking rapidly in debt.