Uhuru took down Mudavadi’s performance and everyone is talking about it


-Uhuru sought to remind Kenyans of the poor performance track record of one of his competitors during a meeting at State House

-Speaking to Kajiado county leaders, he told them of Musalia Mudavadi’s decades in government with little to show for it

President Uhuru Kenyatta today, Satuday, January 14, 2017, belittled Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi’s performance record while meeting with Kajiado county leaders at State House Nairobi.

uhuru attacks Mudavadi's performance in govt

President Uhuru met with Kajiado county leaders at State House

According to Uhuru, Mudavadi has little to show for his time in government since he was plucked out of school and thrown into politics.

“He joined government as a Cabinet Minister when I was still in school. He was plucked out of school and appointed a minister, and to date, he cannot show what he did for Kenyans,” said Uhuru.

uhuru attacks Mudavadi's performance in govt

During his speech, he attacked Mudavadi’s track record. Mudavadi is also seeking to unseat Uhuru in August 2017.

This latest discussion on opposition track records comes in the wake of the birth of the National Super Alliance championed by Mudavadi.

Mudavadi’s idea is for all opposition parties to band together for the sole purpose of preventing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election in the August 2017 polls.

NASA co-leaders (l-r) Nick Salat, Moses Wetangula, Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi at their Bomas of Kenya meeting on Wednesday, January 11.

During the grand launch at the Bomas of Kenya where NASA was officially announced, the agenda for the meeting of all opposition leaders including Raila Odinga (ODM), Kalonzo Musyoka (Wiper), Moses Wetangula (Ford Kenya) and Nick Salay (allegedly on behalf of KANU) was to amass voters during this registration period in order to beat Uhuru.

The opposition leaders sought to remind Kenyans of how much corruption has befallen the country under Uhuru’s leadership and how Kenyan need to register and change how things are run in the country.


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