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What Uhuru Has Told Kenyans About His Preferred 2022 Candidate as Ruto Now Receive Good News- VIDEO

President Uhuru Kenyatta has now announced that he is only committed to delivering the big 4 agenda as per the 2013 and 2017 manifestos, and not the upcoming 2022 political succession games.

Addressing the nation during his Kiambu County where he presided over the groundbreaking ceremony of another level 5 hospital, the head of state slammed those who have been pressuring him to name his preferred 2022 presidential candidate, adding that Kenya is a democratic country and that he wouldn't want to mess his political legacy by fronting or forcing Kenyans to vote for a particular candidate."Dear Kenyans, even as we celebrate this great milestone as far as our big four agenda delivery is concerned, allow me to categorically announce that I don't have any 2022 Presidential candidate in my mind. Naamini ya kwamba sisi ni watu wa Democrasia," Uhuru said.

But Uhuru's announcement has been perceived as an indirect betrayal to Hon Raila Odinga who has been expecting endorsement from Uhuru's bedroom as a result of the famous handshake deal in 2018.

Elsewhere, Deputy President William Ruto has now received some good news ahead of the upcoming general election. This is after another KANU Party leader from the Rift Valley region has now announced his unshakable support for the hustler nation, something that has automatically complicated Gideon Moi's 2022 political bid.

Uhuru Presides Over Ground Breaking

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