Presidential aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi now says the blame game between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto isn’t good the unity of the Country.
Speaking when he joined the Muslim faithful to celebrate Idd at Makina Mosque in Kibra, Wanjigi urged the two to quit the blame game saying both should leave office alongside ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga for others to lead.
His remarks coming after President Uhuru blamed DP Ruto for abandoning him during his Labour Day speech.
Wanjagi says UhuRuto and the subsequent handshake with Raila has failed Kenyans and has not attained its intended purpose.
He presented his bid as an act of courage and fearlessness in uprooting the failed economic system and its 3 leaders.
He criticized the government for selective development and consequent neglect of some communities.
Wanjigi empathized with members of the Islamic Faith for the discriminatory profiling in criminal activities and issuance of National Identity Cards.
He appealed to the Muslim faithful to be open minded and listen to the agendas presented by all 3 aspirants in the Presidential race and elect those who can change their lives.
The Safina Party flag bearer urged the youth to invest in political knowledge pledging to give 80% of state jobs in Parastatals to youths under 35 years if elected President.
He later distributed food to women and families whom he had spent time with in prayer.
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