Billionaire philanthropist Zedekiah Bundotich alias Buzeki continued with his onslaught against President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee administration, questioning the government's approach to the economy.
Last month, Buzeki, who has since joined CCM party, termed Jubilee manifesto as 'fake', arguing that the government duped Kenyans during the 2017 election campaigns.
"Those asking me why I ditched Jubilee, it's because it has lost direction. It had a fake manifesto unless one is waiting to be duped again. Welcome to CCM," he wrote.
In yet another tweet on Monday, Buzeki accused Jubilee administration of persistent politicking, adding that the double digits economy promised by the president and his team is yet to be realised.
"Undermine or not undermine each other in government ! Who cares ! Iko wapi uchumi? Double Digit ya fake , Domo ! Domo!! Kazi dead , then insult to injury ! Tangatanga NA kieleweke. Jubilee is dead ! Tai CCM ! Pesa mashinani!" he said in a scathing attack directed to Uhuru's government.
At a function in Kasarani in 2013, President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto promised to deliver a double digits economy by the end of 2017.
“With the resources we have why should our economy not be growing by double digit?” quipped Ruto during the inauguration ceremony at Nairobi’s Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.
Figures released by National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich in April showed that the country still struggled at 6.8 per cent growth, far from two digits economy.