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Actor Jaymo Ule Msee scathingly attacks Uhuru and Ruto over their disagreements

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 3 Sep, 2021 08:50 | < 1 min read
Jaymo Ule Msee, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto at a past campaign. PHOTO/COURTESY

Homeboyz Radio presenter and Youtuber Jaymo Ule Msee has implored on President Uhuru Kenyatta and his second in command William Ruto to mend fences. The comedian opines that the widening rift between the duo is gradually causing division among the youth and the larger populace.

The content creator, who played a key role in Jubilee’s quest for re-election in 2017, has asked the two political bigwigs to bury the hatchet and embark on a collective discourse of delivering on their campaign promises. Jaymo has tasked the two leaders, who are now leading two separate factions within the ruling coalition, to ensure that going forward, their decorated 2017 manifesto is actualized as they envisioned.

Jaymo further chastised the duo, reminding them that they are still in the radar of the International Criminals Court (ICC). He says that chaos, stemming from the duo’s political differences, are imminent and can only be averted by the two coming to a truce.

“Dear President Uhuru/Deputy President Ruto, I come to you as a Young Kenyan who supported you and campaigned to have you lead Us! Kindly spare us the Drama Festivals that you are subjecting us while serving in the same Government. Mlituambia tuwachague mbadilishe Maisha Yetu! Kama mko na issues either mkae chini msort out kama watu wawili wazima or you stop this antics and tactics that are dividing the many Young Kenyans that woke up to vote for you . Whether for politics or anything whatever is happening in this country championed by both your foot soldiers is very dangerous for this country. Wacheni tu ufala na mfanye ile kazi mliitisha. MaYouths wakifanya blunder juu yenu 2022 kumbukeni bado nyinyi ni customers ICC,” he posted.

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