With just less than a year before the 2022 General Election, the Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi has now intensified his Presidential ambitions as he holds another high Profile meeting in Baba Ndogo Mathare and Ruaraka Constituency.
This comes a time when the political temperature in the country is spontaneously rising as the succession plans are underway, and the Businessman is aspiring to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
According to the report shared on social media by Jimmy Wanjigi, has today holds a high profile meeting with different leaders from Baba Ndogo Mathare and Ruaraka constituencies in a move to strengthen his hopes to succeed in his bide to the statehouse.
This comes at a time when different Presidential candidates are organising themselves well in order to win the hearts of Kenyans to be elected in the 2022 General Election.
This is amid the looming change in the political conversation in the country, to economic-based which is being championed by the deputy President Willam Ruto Hustler Movement.
Meanwhile, do you think Jimmy Wanjigi will outsmart the likes of Dp Ruto and Raila Odinga, share your thoughts?
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