Uhuru, Ruto mock CORD leaders during Western Kenya visit
14 November 2015, 15:46
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto did not miss the opportunity to slam CORD coalition leaders during their trip to Western Kenya.
The two leaders, speaking in Bungoma and Kakamega counties respectively did not hesitate to have a go at opposition leaders who they accused of not letting them do their job.
They urged local residents to not fall into the trap of listening to the leaders who are up to no good, saying that they should instead focus on the positives of the current government.
" They are always politicking instead of letting there be room for nation building and growth," President Kenyatta told the crowd at Sirisia market in Bungoma.
Ruto too was critical of the opposition leaders for shifting direction from important matters to politics.
" They are always speaking about politics and more politics. They should let us finish our job then in 2017 they have their chance to win the elections," he added.
The president provided over offering of a charter to the Kibabii University, while also opening the Lwakhakha border point which he said would improve trade and essential connectivity between Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
The president will be in Kisumu Sunday before heading to the North Rift, DP Ruto's background.
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