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“Yes, I said kumi kumi, yangu kumi iliisha lini?” wonders Uhuru

President Uhuru Kenyatta began his four-visit tour to the Mt Kenya on Friday, holding a meeting with a section of MCAs from the region.

Reports indicate that the MCAs have promised the President that they will sell the BBI agenda to the people, for purposes of passing.

In the meeting, President Uhuru said he has never said he will not support his Deputy William Ruto in 2022 presidential election.

 “I have never said I will not support William Ruto; why do you keep insulting me? Yes, I said kumi kumi, yangu kumi iliisha lini? (I said 10 years-10 years, when did my 10 years end?)” said Uhuru.

While ruing a section of Jubilee leader “who have been making noise”, Uhuru maintained that he has been busy working to deliver on what he pledged to Kenyans.

This is just one of the meetings Uhuru will hold during the visit to his backyard. They will mainly be inclined to the Big 4 Agenda and the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).

State House said Uhuru’s four-day visit has been planned in strict compliance with the COVID-19 containment Protocols.

Key highlights:

  1. Central Kenya Region Leaders Meeting

On Saturday (tomorrow) Uhuru will host a Central Kenya leaders meeting at Sagana State Lodge, Nyeri County.

  1. Inspection of National Government Projects

The President will inspect ongoing national government developmental projects and also hold meet-the-people visits.

  1. Education matters

He will thank parents who managed to take their children back to school despite the disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Uhuru’s government has assured parents that it is committed to ensuring that learning continues uninterrupted throughout the country. He will also address the rising cases of indiscipline among students.


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