President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday did not hold back while speaking during the Sagana meeting with leaders from the Mt Kenya region.
The head of State said he has not debt with anyone apart from the people of Kenya who elected him in 2012 and 2017.
"Some people keep saying I made a promise to them, no, I only have a promise and covenant with the people of Kenya. That is the promise I am implementing," Uhuru said.
In what seems to be a jab at Deputy President William Ruto, the head of state noted that his DP was challenging his position instead of waiting until Uhuru is out of office.
"Ask your guy why he can't allow me to do my work and keeps coming back for the baton, instead of waiting for his turn," the president said.
He further addressed claims by a section of leaders allied to Ruto that he had pushed the DP out sine joining forces with ODM leader Raila Odinga.
"You remember how they claimed to have been left out of the handshake. Remember how in Bomas I said how they involved and even nominated members to the BBI team? The truth must be told," Uhuru stated.
As both sides of the divide hunt for support in the Mt Kenya region, Uhuru took the moment to ask the province to support the BBI Bill opining that it would safeguard the area.
Uhuru further warned the region against allowing those who want to use backdoors to get access to their votes without bringing tangible proposes to the people.
"I ask you to support the BBI and what is proposed. It safeguards this region and other regions in the country so that whoever becomes president, no matter how bad will be able to mistreat anyone," the President stated.
"Anyone who is interested and genuinely interested in our region and family must use the front door. We must be aware of the one who wants to use the kitchen door or the bedroom window," he continued.