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Uhuru’s Last Message Before Deactivation Of Social Media Accounts

Kenyans were amazed on Friday morning by the deactivation of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s web-based social networking accounts after he posted messages admonitions against debasement in the nation.

The president discharged shots against his family, companions and political partners educating them that he would battle them on the off chance that they were degenerate.

The messages posted via web-based networking media alluded to a discourse the president made while in Namibia.

Uhuru talked at the Windhoek Country Club as he met Kenyans living in Namibia on Thursday.


A screenshot of Uhuru’s message

“If you are corrupt we will fight you. You can be my brother or my sister or my closest political ally, but if you are corrupt we will fight you,” asserted Uhuru.

“I won’t be clouded by ethnicity or status in my quest to leave behind a united nation and I will continue championing for Kenya’s unity,” he added.

The president also assured the Kenyan people in the diaspora that the crackdown on corrupt individuals would continue and that more efforts would be made to bring back integrity to the nation’s public service.

“Kenya has great potential but there is need to change practices that hinder the country from achieving progress,” informed Uhuru.

The president also reminded Kenyans that corruption is a vice that requires all citizens to unite and fight against it so that the country can progress.

This comes after Deputy President William Ruto recently communicated that he was being targeted in the war against corruption.


President Uhuru meeting with Kenyans in Namibia

President Uhuru Kenyatta interacting with a Kenyan child in Namibia on Friday

Check out the message of the president in the video below;

State House Chief of staff Nzioka Waita came out on Twitter to explain why the president’s communication handles had been suspended citing unauthorised access by unnamed persons.

He, however, associated the matter with reactions to the president’s stand on corruption.

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