In summary

  • He however says that due to the constant threats he has been receiving he will not be forced to resign
  • Uhuru further stated that his silence should not be taken as an act of cowardice

Retired President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared that he will not retire from politics just yet.

Uhuru who chaired the Jubilee National Delegates Conference (NDC) at Ngong Racecourse says that he had intended to announce his resignation at the NDC.

“Mimi fikira zangu zilikuwa zimeniambia kwamba, siasa nilikuwa nataka nilgee, na niende nifikirie mambo mengine.

He however says that due to the constant threats he has been receiving he will not be forced to resign.

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Silence is not cowardice

 “Na nilikuwa nafikiria ya kwamba siku ya kuitana mkutano wa NDC ingekuwa ile siku ya kwamba mimi nilikuwa nimewaambia sasa ni wakati wa kuchagua viongozi wengine. Lakini, wengine wameamua yakwamba kazi itakuwa ya vitisho na kulazimisha. Siku ya leo nimewaambia tafuteni mwingine siyo Uhuru wa Kenyatta.”

Uhuru further stated that his silence should not be taken as an act of cowardice.

“When you see others staying quiet, it’s not because they’re cowards; get that out of your mind. Intimidation can never work. It’s impossible. Behave like leaders, and you will be respected, behave like thugs, and you will be treated like thugs,” he stated.

Uhuru further promised to revive Jubilee through the leadership of the youth and women.

“Have we agreed to awaken Jubilee? The youth and women, you are the majority. We want you to take the step and take up Jubilee leadership. We want to help you take Jubilee forward, “said Uhuru.

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