Labour Day celebrations in Nakuru on Sunday, May 1, President Uhuru Kenyatta in his speech laid bare the frustrations after failing to achieve his aspirations during his second term in office.
Uhuru tore into his estranged deputy terming him an absentee who has resorted to inciting the public against his administration.
“Where are you? Instead of helping me to solve the problem, you are in the market saying, ask that person (Uhuru). You should have resigned and allowed me to pick someone who can help me,” the angry president said.
But speaking on Tuesday, May 3, Murkomen said Uhuru’s unnecessary anger is not only dangerous to the country ahead of this year’s electioneering period but also to his health.
While hitting on the head of state for demanding Ruto’s resignation, the vocal Tanga Tanga legislator said he will just develop a heart attack calling his deputy to quit because it will not happen.
“Hata akikasirika hivyo sisi hatuna haja na yeye. Aende polepole asipate heart attack,”( Even if he gets angry, we have no problem with him, he should take it too slow so that he does not get a heart attack)
According to Murkomen, Uhuru’s anger is not about his deputy president to quit but his failed tactics to sell his handshake partner to the people of Mt Kenya.
“Na tumajua ile makasiriko sio ati nini, ni ile hesabu ya kupanda mlima Kenya imekuwa ngumu na imeteleza. Candidate yake hawezi panda hukona wakari atakosa kumteu Kalonzo Musyoka sasa ile hesabu itaisha completely,” Murkomen said. (And knowing the covenants, what is the source of Kenya’s mountain plant has been difficult and has been scattered. His Candidate cannot climb the mountain. He will miss the Kalonzo Musyoka now the calculation will end completely)
The lawmaker further assured President Uhuru Kenyatta that the August 9, General Election will be an election like no other as it will bring honor and respect to the hustlers.
“The 2022 General Election will be an election to bring honor, respect to the sons and daughters of nobody that they have an opportunity to lead the Republic of Kenya,” Murkomen said.