Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has evoked emotions online after he posted his own version of ‘Forgiveness Creed.’
“…I, Mutahi Ngunyi, Citizen No. 4855678 and following in the FORGIVENESS footsteps of Uhuru Kenyatta, forgives all the BAST*RDS that abused me for speaking my TRUTH during the elections” he said.
This was hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta sought forgiveness from Kenyans whom he might have wronged and for the role he played in dividing Kenya during the 2017 elections.
“Since leadership is best done not by exhortation but by example, let me do as I have asked you to do. If there was anything I said last year that hurt or wounded you, if I damaged the unity of this country in any way, I ask you to forgive me, and to join me in repairing that harm,” Uhuru said during the State of the Nation address.
Deputy President, William Ruto also ‘unreservedly apologized to anyone offended or hurt in anyway by what I have said or done at any time.’
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Here are some of the comments:
You FAILED to predict the so called HANDSHAKE.
— Mohamed Yussuf (@Drmyuss27) May 2, 2018
Since the handShake you have become irrelevant. Raila was your Subject from morning you go to work till evening.
You Produce so many fake Videos and Propaganda about him, who know who is evil.
For us forgive your evilness, you must pull off all those videos from YouTube first.
— Julius Caesar (@Nichoduor) May 3, 2018
Such mockery of what true forgiveness is. Better to remain silent.
— Gilda Odera (@godera) May 3, 2018
What a coincidence,the same day your employer Cambridge Analytica is closing shop you're asking us to forgive you
— Mwasaru (@m_mwasaru) May 2, 2018
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