CS Kuria Retaliates At Uhuru for Criticizing  Gov’t

CS Kuria Retaliates At Uhuru for Criticizing  Gov’t

CS Kuria Retaliates At Uhuru for Criticizing  Gov’t

When he turned over power to his successor in September 2022, former President Uhuru Kenyatta left behind a crumbling economy, according to Public Service Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria.Kuria criticized Uhuru in a severe four-point speech released on Sunday, saying that it was only after President William Ruto had cleared out the economic mess he had inherited that Uhuru returned to the political scene.

Only a few hours prior, Uhuru criticized the present administration for attributing the nation’s existing issues, like as a faltering economy, to the former administration.”My reply to President Kenyatta. The extent of the mess you left behind is becoming more and more apparent to us every day. We have no grievances. We’ll keep tidying up the mess. When you are calm, we may proceed. Improved,” he shot off.

“As you have frequently told your friends, you believed that the economy will  implode by December 2023. You are all over again now that it is evident that we have successfully navigated  your murky waters.” He went on to criticize the previous Head of State for anticipating protests from  former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

While attending a church service in Mwingi on Sunday, Uhuru disclosed that he has been the target of threats and blamed for Kenya’s economic decline, which has caused an increase in the number of people living in poverty.In addition, the former president denied rumors that he had resigned as Chairman and continued to be a part of the opposition’s Azimio la Umoja Coalition.

“I’m not afraid anymore. We have received numerous threats and statements. People always point the finger at the last administration when someone doesn’t  accomplish their goals. He addressed the ecstatic assembly, saying, “I am used to the blame and life  goes on.” “I’m not a scammer. I usually tell people that I belong at Azimio because I am a member there. My position hasn’t altered. You ought to be a trustworthy politician who takes a stand.”

During the 2022 presidential campaign, the former head of state famously supported Raila’s bid, but Ruto, who received 50.49 percent of the popular vote, defeated the ODM leader.According to projections on Sunday, November 19, the Shilling has been doing poorly versus the dollar since August, reaching Ksh151.54.

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