Mwalimu Dida: “Living in Kenya feels like this long nightmare only that in this case, you are fully awake”

The former Alliance for Real Change (ARC) presidential candidate Abduba Dida has compared life in Kenya to the worst experiences ever on earth.

In his statement that he issued on Friday, June 4, 2021, Mwalimu Dida wondered how Kenyans learn integrity, democracy and development lessons from the political leaders who have turned out to be preaching water and drinking wine.

“We are now getting integrity lessons from Mr Kenyatta, democracy lessons from Dennis Itumbi as we also learn about development as taught by Mr Ruto. Living in Kenya feels like this long nightmare. Only that in this case, you are fully awake and it is very real,” Dida stated.

His remarks came barely hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta had asked the 34 newly appointed Judges to serve the people of Kenya with integrity and commitment.

“Let your actions and decisions be guided solely on unbiased and faithful application of the constitution and our written laws; our principles and values as a nation; and the overriding interests of justice,” Uhuru said.

Deputy President William Ruto on the other hand has been rooting for his bottom-up economic approach model as he campaign to succeed President Uhuru once he retires in 2022.

While promoting his economic approach, the second in command noted that the current economic model was not viable.

While speaking at his Karen residence on Thursday, May 20, 2021, Ruto promised to create jobs and wealth should he succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022.

“Let’s have a clear plan if we want to move Kenya forward. Our agenda is to create jobs and ensure we support those who can do business and make sure there are government interventions to support enterprises. We also ensure farmers are planting the right crops and accessing markets,” Ruto said.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi




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