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"I forgive you bast*rds" Mutahi Ngunyi's message after Uhuru asked Kenyans to shake hands

Mutahi Ngunyi's message excites Kenyans

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Ngunyi's statement, however, was as controversial as the same remarks he had made during last year's elections.

He sought to forgive those who had wronged him but did not apologise to those who may have been hurt by his remarks during the divisive campaign period.

Forgiveness Creed

"#ForgivenessCREED "...I, Mutahi Ngunyi, Citizen No. 4855678 and following in the FORGIVENESS footsteps of Uhuru Kenyatta, forgives all the BAST*RDS that abused me for speaking my TRUTH during the elections," Ngunyi tweeted.

The political analyst spoke shortly after President Kenyatta called on political leaders and Kenyans in general to spread the spirit of reconciliation and apologise for hurtful remarks during the divisive campaigns of 2017.

Senator Moses Kajwang is among prominent opposition politicians who have also apologised to the President Kenyatta for disrupting the 2015 State of the Nation Address.

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