Uhuru speaks up regarding the future of Azimio


Uhuru Kenyatta, the former president, has officially declared his support for the Azimio La Umoja Coalition.

Speaking on Saturday in Kisumu, Uhuru declared that despite his quietness, he is still a member of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party.

“Kustaafu sio kuchoka… ata wengine wanastaafu na nguvu zinaingozeka. Hata kama nimeacha siasa active, mimi bado ni mfwasi wa baba. Akiniambia twende lazima twende,” (“I’m not worn out just because I’m retired. some retire and strengthen their political position. Although I retired from politics; I continue to support Raila. I have to go if he asks me to. I have backed him and will do so in the future because I think he is telling the truth,”) Uhuru said.

Uhuru continued by saying that divisive politics won’t solve the nation’s challenges.

“What I know is divisive politics will not finish hunger.My prayer is that youths get employed and those facing hunger will get food,” he said.

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