President Uhuru Kenyatta has yet again fired salvo aimed at his deputy William Ruto in a bitter fallout in Jubilee government.
Launching Nairobi Metropolitan Services, NMS project in Uthiru, the president urged Ruto to pick a side and not criticize the government while using its successes.
“We are either together or apart. You cannot claim credit and at the same time insult the same people you are working with,” said an agitated president
“If you feel the government is good, stay with it. If you keep criticising it, leave and let others continue working.” added the president
the head of state maintained he is aiming at the unity of all Kenyans and warned politicians against inflaming passions
“Our aim is unity of the people and not to be divided. We want people to pull as one. We want leaders who will cater to issues affecting Kenyans and not divisive politics,” the President said.
Deputy President William Ruto and his staunchest allies have been criticizing key policies made by the Jubilee government while Ruto himself poked holes in BBI processes and promised to not take part in the referendum if it would be divisive.