Just days after the bitter exchange of words between President Uhuru Kenyatta and the Turkana Governor, Nanok, many Kenyans expressed varied reactions on the social media.
Majority of the netizens seemed to be offended by the president reactions criticizing the president for losing his cool.
However, Jubilee has challenged President Uhuru Kenyatta’s critics to come up with solid accusations, following the President’s public outburst on Wednesday, March 9 with Turkana governor Josphat Nanok.
Through the party secretariat Raphael Tuju, they challenged anyone who has come with the claims that the President had acted in an un-Presidential manner in Turkana should come forth to define how exactly that is the case.
On Wednesday, March 9, while Uhuru and DP William Ruto were touring the county, governor Nanok brought up the subject of the proceeds from the Tullow Oil explorations before things went south.
Nanok’s utterances seemed to catch the President on a bad day, because soon after, Uhuru fired back in the harshest way possible.