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Dont be in hurry in politics,you can get votes and go nowhere~Uhuru tactically attacks Ruto


President Uhuru Kenyatta took a swipe at his Deputy William Ruto over his ambitious early campaigns and political bid- warning that it could be detrimental to him in the future.

Speaking on Wednesday in Nakuru city, Uhuru noted that politicians should not use divisive means in to solicit votes from Kenyans.

He pointed out that even if they got the votes they desired, it would be counter-intuitive as they would not be able to fulfill the promises they pledged as the country would have plunged into war.

During his speech, the President preached peace, calling on Kenyans to be wise when they will be  selecting the next leaders in 2022 General Election. The Head of State also pointed out that the youth ought not to rush in leadership matters- comparing politics to an athletics event.

“I urge the youth to reduce your pace, leadership is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. The elderly will walk slowly and end up beating you.

“I know you get excited when politicians come and promise you a lot of things, but know that at the end of it all, peace must prevail,”  Uhuru stated amidst cheer from the crowd.

Uhuru and his deputy have been at loggerheads after the 2017 General Election with their bad blood escalating in March 2018, when the President and Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga signed a cooperation pact and had a handshake at the footsteps of Harambee House.

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