President Uhuru Kenyatta has continued to praise the handshake deal between him and the opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Uhuru said that the deal has kept the country in place as he can now visit opposition constituencies and get a warm welcome.
Speaking on Friday, February 19 at Soweto Hospital, Kayole he said that were it not for the handshake Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino would be stoning him.
“Were it not for the Handshake Babu Owino would have organized his group to stone my motorcade today,” said Uhuru.
The head of state was in Kayole to commission the newly constructed level three medical facility.
He further set the records clear that the handshake does not aim at lifting Raila to the top seat.
At the same time he urged the residents to Support the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
The President also found fault with his Deputy William Ruto urging people to avoid being trapped with fake promises.
“Some people are only making promises, yet there is nothing they have done to suggest they would execute the promises”.
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