Kangundo MP differs with Tanga tanga leaders, praises Saturday’s speech by Uhuru

Kangundo MP Fabian Kyule addressing media at Katani. (Photo -Julline/Mauvoo)

Kangundo MP Fabian Kyule Muli has reacted in defense of President Uhuru’s Speech that he made during the burial of ANC’S Party leader Musalia Mudavadi’s Mother Mama Hannah Mudavadi in Mululu about the leadership of the country. Uhuru suggested it was maybe time for another community to rule the country.

Addressing the press at Katani in Mavoko Subcounty, Fabian said that the president has all the rights to his speech if he deems it good for the governance of the country.

“The president has a right to make his speech, his speech might not be the will of God but he is our leader, so we should congratulate his speech that is his school of thought and leadership comes from God, the president as a right to bring this country together,” he said.

He further lauded President Uhuru Kenyatta for the handshake saying that it was not easy for any sitting leader to work hand in hand with the opposition and so the president had really tried to unify the country.

“Actually our president has emerged to be a professor of politics, it is not easy for a government to work with the opposition, for me it is hard to work with my opponent it is not easy it is abnormal, do first give the president a congratulation message for being a professor of politics because he has shown us that it can work to be on the same place with the opposition in the country,” The Kangundo MP added.

On Saturday, the president made remarks on the country being led by two tribes suggesting that time had come for the country to be led by any other tribe, a speech that has sparked conversation from different people in the country.

With the other leaders allied to the Deputy president Dr. William Ruto telling off the president over the remarks, Fabian defended the president.

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