Genge artist Hubert Mbuku Nakitare also known as Nonini is apologising to Kenyans for supporting President Ruto. The US-based Kenyan rapper shared on his social media pages how sorry he felt that he supported some current government leaders into office.
“Looking back at how our country is going a year down the line with this government, I want to share my APOLOGY loudly to KENYANs for supporting this government and some leaders you know I did.”
Nonini shared that he was ready for the trolling that he would get in the comments for publicly and boldly admitting to having made a mistake by supporting Ruto and other government leaders.
“It takes a strong person to admit they were wrong and niko ready for any matusi hapo kwa comments but at least Niko bold enough Ku admit mambo Kenya sio poa and some of our leaders have failed us Terribly. Poleni Sana WaKenya wenzangu,”
Huddah Monroe also shared her sentiments on Ruto. The socialite has been very open on her stance of supporting Ruto since way back in 2017. She shared that Kenya deserves a president like Ruto who would be a dictator.
“I’d rather have a Ruto presidency. The man doesn’t play these cat-and-mouse games. We wouldn’t be in this position in a Moi era. Sometimes a dictator is best.”
After the elections back in 2022, Huddah was among those at the forefront congratulating Ruto. She posted a series of his pictures on her Instagram story extending praises to him.
“I am proud to be a Kenyan from today. Africa deserves strong, sober, young leaders. Kenya has made a change for Africa. I will carry my flag and passport with pride from today. I am from Kenya, the greatest country in Africa!”
Huddah recently made a U-turn with her sentiments on Ruto when she shared it on her Instagram story. She cited that Ruto would be the worst Kenyan president and claimed that being a poor man was a bad decision for a president.
“Ruto will be the worst president Kenya has ever seen. Lesson learned, never give the son of a poor man the presidential seat.”
This comes just days after a survey by research firm Infotrak showed that 53 percent of Kenyans think the country is headed in the wrong direction.
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