Wetang’ula said President Uhuru Kenyatta in his speech, on the Labour Day celebration, failed to control his anger stating that the move is not good for the security of the country.
The Ford Kenya party leader said by Uhuru displaying his anger publicly means he has lost his direction as the Head of State.
The FOrd Kenya party leader said Kenyans are lucky that the president has less than three months to retire from office and as such might not have to experience his anger.
“I saw the president visibly angry and chiding his deputy … That you can easily lose your temper and chide people means you are losing direction as our president but luckily you have only three months to go,” Wetangula said.
The Bungoma senator advised President Uhuru not to misuse his title of the Commander in Chief of the armed forces as the country gears toward the August General Election.
“I want to advise you our President. We have given you the instruments of power including the coveted position of the commander in chief of the armed forces of Kenya,
“All forces of violence are in your hands. It, therefore, bestows upon you not to have an opportunity to be angry with any Kenyan because you can easily abuse your power,” Wetang’ula said.
In his Labour day speech, 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.