State House Director of Brand Strategy and Events Thomas Kwaka, alias Big Ted has spoke aftwr being criticised over remarks he made on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s track record.
Through his social media platforms, Ted said he is a big consumer of criticism and it did not affect him as much.
He added that he never shies away from critics as constructive criticism is always the fuel of champions.
“People tend to criticize others most loudly in the area where they themselves have the deepest emotional need, think about it
“I love being criticized in there I find my way, I love being criticized in there I find my true north, I love being criticized in there I find my faults, I love being criticized in there I evaluate the Critic’s Intention Honestly” he wrote in part.
“I love being criticized coz in here I consider the suggestions not the tone of the feedback. I love being criticized than being praised because constructive criticism is the fuel of champions.”
Speaking during a recent TV interview, Big Ted said Uhuru had done an excellent job as a president, maintaining that every Kenyan has a role to play in shaping up the nation.
He defended his remarks wondering how an individual would complain about corruption while at the same time giving out bribes.
“It’s very hard for Kenyans to understand the President and the Presidency, and I see people online talking bad about the President, and yet we are all part of the Government,” he said.
“You can’t complain about corruption and you yourself are busy being corrupt. President Uhuru Kenyatta has Kenyans’ interests at heart…. He has redefined the Presidency during his tenure.”
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