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Mudavadi calls out government officials blaming the Uhuru administration for the challenges facing the country

Mudavadi calls out government officials lamenting over challenges facing the country adding that blame games would not solve anything.

Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi has detested the sorrowful portrayal of the nation’s problems by certain members of the present administration.

Mudavadi urged his colleagues to put an end to their incessant complaining and, acknowledge that challenges exist and work toward bringing solutions.

“Our position now as government is to acknowledge that we have a challenge, not to lament anymore. but to acknowledge that we have a challenge and then we work our way out of that challenge going forward,” he said.

Mudavadi was addressing teachers on Saturday, December 16, during the KUPPET Annual Delegates Conference And Silver Jubilee Celebrations at the Kasarani Indoor Arena in Nairobi.

Mudavadi remarks were directed at senior officials in the Kenya Kwanza administration who have been laying blame on the state of the economy on former president Uhuru Kenyatta’s regime.

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For instance, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua is on record accusing Uhuru of denting the economy and overseeing the massive theft of public funds that his successor got empty coffers.

Roads and Transport CS Kipchumba Murkomen accused Uhuru’s administration of mismanaging the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) which has been having infrastructural challenges, including leaking roofs and faulty power generators.

On his side, Mudavadi, who also doubles up as the CS for Foreign Affairs, has been calling for the government to address the challenges bedeviling Kenyans devoid of blame games.

Mudavadi observed that trading blames in the public was taking up the time for development and that time would soon lapse before much is achieved.

He called on his fellow leaders to desist from living in the past and rather live up to the expectations Kenyans have placed on them.

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