Finance minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto have said they are "action oriented" leaders even as they intensified their attack on Prime Minister Raila Odinga..
Speaking in Embakasi constituency, Nairobi Saturday the two led a group of MPs allied to PNU and Mr Ruto's faction of ODM in condemning utterances made by the PM.
They also urged the public to shun Mr Odinga and his allies terming them as "people who are just good at talking".
Mr Ruto particularly used the recently leaked US diplomatic cable to criticise the PM's record in fighting corruption in the country.
"They said that I stole maize but now the truth is out that they are very good thieves who then set up others," Mr Ruto.
He added that unlike the PM, he and Mr Kenyatta were "action oriented leaders" and urged the crowds to give them the chance to lead the country.
The two made it clear that they would not stop taking jabs at the PM.
"I also want to remind Kibunjia (National Cohesion and Integration Commission chairman) that he has to act on those who continue to use the term KKK," said Mr Kenyatta.
He was referring to the mooted alliance bringing together Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka, Mr Ruto and himself as leaders of the Kamba, Kalenjin and Kikuyu communities respectively.
Mr Ruto said that their alliance was not tribal and they were seeking to unify all Kenyans in a leadership that would deliver the much needed services to the public.
"All problems face Kenyans equally despite their tribal or political affiliation but there are those in government that are out to sabotage the agenda through consistent diversionary tactics. But enough is enough," said Mr Kenyatta.
They promised to work together and ensure the country gets the "proper kind of leadership".
The two were accompanied by more than 25 MPs and other Nairobi politicians.
They addressed the public at Muthurwa and Gikomba markets before proceeding to Kayole where Mr Kenyatta opened an economic stimulus project at Mwangaza Secondary School.