President Uhuru Kenyatta today relaunched the Mtongwe Ferry whose operations were suspended in 2012 as he warned that he will not accept to be demeaned by Mombasa governor Hassan Joho anymore.
While describing Joho as a failed leader with nothing to show, the President said his administration will not entertain further attacks from the governor.
Both the President and his Deputy William Ruto hurled bundles after bundles of criticism against Joho who yesterday morning encountered the wrath of security agents after he was blocked from attending the president’s function at Mtongwe.
The president once again said he was not ready to play politics of sheer chest thumping and show off and told the governor to seek other avenues to play such kind of theatrics.
He warned that he will not spare any mischievous move by the governor to mock or demean his project and warned that dire actions will be meted against him if he dare persists.
“It is very disturbing to see leaders whose interest is only political show off… He wants to cling on every project belonging to the national government just to gain political mileage. Why does he follow me yet he has nothing to show for? He should keep off or else we will show him the way to go. I am not a person to play with,” said President Uhuru.
He said he has enough leaders at the Coast who hold interests of the locals at heart and are ready to work with government to transform the region adding the governor should first concentrate with his current burden of cleaning the City of Mombasa.