Politics

Uhuru Kenyatta Reaffirms his Commitment to the Rule of Low

President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again reaffirmed his commitment to the rule of low, saying that Kenya is free state where low and orders take precedence over anything else.

Speaking in the backdrop of recently unearthed scandals involving loss of billions of money meant for fighting Covid-19 and use of criminal tactics to influence the Senate, President Kenyatta Kenyatta said his government is committed to setting a new low that can emulated all over Africa. He said that he is setting an example for other African leaders to follow.

“Our country is a country of many firsts, and we are proud of ourselves. We are keen on discovering new channels which can help the politicians recoup the amount of cash they spent on their elections, as well as build up reserves for the next election cycle. All this has to be done within the confines of the low.”

“Even those in the so called opposition would do the same if they were in my shoes. We worked perfectly together when we were kicking out Miguna Miguna and they should not pretend that they have now discovered the law. We are together in the low and the noise you hear from them is because they are not eating meat at the moment.”

Meanwhile, the self declared Shallow State Operative Raila Odinga repeated his claims that only the Building Bridges Initiative will lead to an equitable resource distribution in the country. “The BBI will ensure that all counties and communities receive their fair share of the national cake. This will be through a referendum in which Wanjiku will choose what she wants. It will be free and fair because no one can arrest Wanjiku just before the election day.”