He is a Threat, Alice Wahome Blasts Uhuru in New Year Rant

Kandara MP Alice Wahome lit up social media with her latest rant against President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In a video doing rounds on the internet, Wahome openly criticised the President and termed him a threat to the country.

The Jubilee lawmaker pointed out that the country’s economy had gone from bad to worse ever since Uhuru succeeded the former President Mwai Kibaki.

Kandara MP Alice Wahome in a past interview

The legislator further noted that ODM leader Raila Odinga was the Head of State’s newest political ‘mercenary’.

She added that the leadership of the two had affected the state of democracy, freedom of expression and political affiliation within the nation.

“The biggest existential threat to Kenya’s declining economy, democracy, freedom of expression and political affiliation is Uhuru Kenyatta.

“He is the one in the driver’s seat. What he inherited from Mwai Kibaki was a rich democracy. Raila Odinga is his new political mercenary for hire,” remarked Wahome.

Murathe, Atwoli hidden agenda 

The politician moreover alleged that the BBI was a ‘special purpose’ vehicle that was influenced by those close to Uhuru.

“The BBI is the special purpose vehicle heading to the route that was suggested by Murathe, Atwoli and Beth Mugo,” expressed the MP.

The vocal lady reiterated that the named people were making their opinions known because they have an agenda with the BBI report.

Wahome insisted that the call for Uhuru to extended his term as president was an insult to Kenyans.

She called for the Commander-in-Chief to address the matter and give his stand.

UhuRuto pact is still intact

The new proclamation by the Tangatanga leader, comes months after she had publicly defended the president over an alliance with the ‘Chungwa’ party head.

In September, Wahome had disregarded the claims after a publication on Daily Nation stirred up questions.

The leader asserted that the alliance between Uhuru and Deputy President William Ruto was intact.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto during the past campaigns

“We haven’t crossed over and we haven’t changed our minds. We keep promises.” stated the lawmaker.

Speculations had emerged that the agreement made by the two Jubilee heads would not hold come 2022.

Since the release of the report, the cracks between the president and Ruto have seemed to widen.

The big question lingering on every citizen’s mind is who is fooling who in the latest Uhuru-Ruto turmoil.

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