Why President Uhuru Has Been Declared a Political Deadwood

Economists are worried that Kenya is heading in the worst direction under President Uhuru Kenyatta’s regime. The current state of the nation that has resulted in many Kenyans lamenting on the harsh economy has declared the state to be in a critical position at Uhuru’s last milestone.

Renown economist David Ndii has since called the president redundant stating that he is political deadwood. This is after Soko Analyst dropped a thread of reasons illustrating Kenyatta’s lack of command of the country.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta

According to the Soko Directory analyst, Kenyatta seems to have given up on this country and left nature to take its own course. He said Kenyans only see him once in a while when there is a national celebration or a funeral and whenever he appears, “he seems to be high on something”.

Attacking Uhuru’s Deputy, he explained that William Ruto is unsure of whether he is in government or in the opposition stating that he talks like the official leader of the opposition but his entourage looks like one of a deputy president.

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DP William Ruto (C) arrives at the burial of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua’s mother on January 7, 2019

He further added that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy Ruto are walking different paths. “It is like the tailor who used to make for them similar suits died or ran into bankruptcy.

We don’t have a government because those we thought were in government are actually out and wailing more than anybody else. On the other hand, those we thought were outside the government are actually in and eating with both hands

“Back to my question: do we really have a functional government in Kenya right now? No sir. Never. What we have is a criminal enterprise that is thriving from the sweat of an emaciated taxpayer?”he questioned.

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Economist David Ndii(L), Uhuru Kenyatta(R)

Fueling fire in Uhuru’s legacy currently is the Miguna Miguna saga that has since seen the government confuse the public on its agenda in frustrating the self declared revolutionary lawyer by hindering his efforts to return into the country after being deported by the state.

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