President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday night poured out his heart in a two-hour interview that saw him explain his ten-year presidency and some of the decisions, both hard and good decisions he had to make for the interest of the region, and country.
In a two-hour interview aired across Mt Kenya vernacular radio stations from 7 pm, the Head of State, also the region’s kingpin poured out his heart to the region listing the things he regretted happened while at the helm among them the flopping of the BBI which was meant to solve the issue of unequal distribution of resources.
”One of my biggest regrets is seeing the BBI fail. I will ensure the next government pushes it forward. I advocate for one person one vote one shilling. Resources should be divided based on population not the size of the land,” he said.
The Head of State also told the region he is leaving it in the safe hands of Martha Karua, who he described as a human rights advocate and an Iron lady
“I’m not going anywhere, I’m just changing careers. You will still see me around and I pledge to work with the incoming government. However, my people of Mt Kenya I’m leaving you in safe hands with an advocate of human rights and an iron lady,” he said while explaining he is not going anywhere and will still be around if needed to protect the interests of Mt Kenya.