Malik Obama, former United States President Barrack Obama's half-brother, has faulted president Uhuru's administration over skewed public appointments.
In statements posted recently on his Twitter handle, Obama lamented that most government departments are headed by members of a particular community. He additionally questioned the renaming of Forest road to Wangari Mathai, a fallen environment crusader.
"Forest Road in Nairobi is now Wangari Mathai Road. Total and complete Hypocrisy! All critical sectors in Kenya; Finance, Energy, Infrastructure, and Security all in the hands (headed) by one tribe, Kikuyus," Malik said in a tweet.
He also spoke about the relationship between Kenya and retired US President Barack Obama, noting that there is nothing the ties can show.
"Not a road or monument anywhere for Obama in Kenya and nothing for Kenyans or Kenya anywhere from Obama. Kenyans will not honor Obama because he is Luo and Obama will not care about Kenya because he's American. But they both claim they love each other," Malik wrote in another tweet.
Malik contested for Siaya Governor seat in the 2013 general election on an independent ticket, but lost with a huge margin to Cornel Rasanga of ODM.