This is why I called Nanok a foolish devil and I am sorry, Uhuru pleads with Kenyans
Uhuru went on and said he was annoyed and frustrated by people especially from the opposition who keep peddling lies to Kenyans about his administration.
A remorseful Uhuru on Sunday said that he will stop hurling insults and sought to explain the cortex in which he momentary lost his cool.
"When you stand, yours is to incite. When you stand, yours is to sow hatred. That is why sometimes I get angry and I call them what I call them," he told residents of Mombasa at Tononoka grounds.
On Saturday, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka urged Kenyans to pray for President Uhuru saying he is undergoing so much stress which manifests itself in his outburst.
“Let us pray for Uhuru Kenyatta. He has got so unbelievable stress,” Kalonzo said in Kilifi county.
Uhuru sought to appease Kenyans by explaining his recent outbursts at Turkana and Taita Taveta stating that he was simply a human being who is prone to error and anger and therefore can fall from grace.
“Ndio mnaona saa zingine mimi nakasirika mimi nawaita ile nawaita….kila mtu ni binadamu bana” he added.
Translated: ‘That is why sometimes I get angry and call them whatever I called them, everybody is human being’
While in Taita Taveta over the weekend Uhuru said only ignorant people cannot see Jubilee development record.
He later accused his fiercest critic, Mombasa governor Hassan Joho of being a rebel without a cause who simply seeks cheap publicity, the government later cancelled ODM parallel rally at Mvita led by Joho.
Uhuru finalized by declaring that from now he will be a better ‘role model’ and he will desist from insulting other leaders but at least they have been warned that he too knows how to play dirty too.
“Anyway, I will not insult them again. But they have seen I am ready to insult them if they continue. Everyone is able to [insult],” he said.
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