General elections are coming with speed and Kenyans expected competitive race from the MCA's to presidential positions. Aspirants know it won't be easy for them. The ended 2017 general elections saw former CJ David Maraga nullify the presidential race, this left president Uhuru Kenyatta humiliated and his Deputy William Ruto. Kenyans are mot ready for such election again.
The fight between Judiciary and executive began back in 2017 with president Uhuru Kenyatta stating that they will revisit. The high court since then has been nullifying most moves by President Uhuru Kenyatta. They rejected the BBI, they rejected Huduma Namba now they have rejected law stopping leaders without degrees from vying. These has angered section of Kenyans causing reactions.
"MCAs should at least hold a diploma or have some vocational training..MPs and Govs at least Bachelor degree holders and CSs be master degree holders, Presd and Deputy should be degree holders."
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