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Kenyans slam President Uhuru Kenyatta for ignoring questions on Facebook

President Uhuru Kenyatta was slammed by Kenyans on Facebook during his engagement with the masses through a Live video.

Concerns of being shortchanged were raised as President Uhuru tackled questions directed at him.

The chatting session angered Kenyans who felt that the President ignored pertinent questions such as ‘if he was to attend the highly anticipated presidential debate’ scheduled for Monday 24, the issue of corruption, joblessness among the youth and the issue of ethnicity.

On the other hand the President was also praised for embracing technology and for his achievements since 2013 when he took over office.

The President, however, on the question of security assured Kenyans that the Government has put in place mechanisms to combat any form of violence before, during and after the elections.

“We have put in place all the necessary mechanisms to ensure Kenyans are secure before during and after elections. Chaos never resolve anything, it is our responsibility to safe guard each other,” Uhuru noted.

The Head of State exuded confidence that Jubilee will emerge victorious in the upcoming elections.

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“I hope Kenyans will give me the opportunity to finish the work we have already started to ensure it is completed at the end of my second term,” Uhuru indicated.

Comments

Jose Kokiri asked Uhuru: “Hehehe… Of all the comments and questions, there is none that has been answered by Uhuru. Where is he?”

 “Just to let you know that Uhuru Kenyatta has been online for only 15 mins and had to take off after Nasa brigades invaded the wall and asked tough questions,” Lee Makwiny wrote.

“I just realised the questions are not being answered. We are engaging each other as the Facebook audience,” Wawire Luke commented.

 

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