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Justine Muturi; Too late for President Uhuru to complain about his failures

by Amos Khaemba

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has told President Uhuru Kenyatta that the time of apportioning blame to other people as a result of his failure is over.

Speaking in Nandi County on Sunday, May 1, the Democratic Party leader said that with 99 days to the General Election, President Uhuru has no time to redeem the failures of his government.

He added that the Head of State wasted the opportunity to make use of Deputy President William Ruto and his allies to change the lives of Kenyans.

According to Muturi, the Gods might have just planned the downfall of President Uhuru by making him chase away the people who helped him with the 2017 elections a move Muturi says was a sign of madness.

“When the Gods want to finish you, they first me you mad, if elected on one ticket the best you can do is to tap into the various talents, the Jubilee party in 2017 got so many seats around 170..what you needed to do is to consistently meet them and consult them if there is any problem,” Muturi said.

Muturi who recently joined the Kenya Kwanza alliance said that there was no way President Uhuru would have delivered on his promises without the support of DP Ruto and his allies.

“But you do not throw them out and expect that things are going to sort themselves out. I think it is too late for some people to start complaining.” Muturi added.

The sentiment by the National Assembly speaker come after the Head of State blasted DP Ruto for running from his responsibilities and resorting to criticizing the government.

“Where are you? Instead of helping me to solve the problem, you are in the market saying, ask that person [Uhuru]. Then you should have resigned and allowed me to pick someone who can help me,

“Instead of coming to help me, and tell me you have this advice, and other ways we can use to rescue our people, you are in the market abusing me,” President Uhuru said.

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