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Do You Think The Following Politicians Could Be Governors In 2022 General Election?

Kenneth Lusaka

He's the current current speaker of the senate and aslo the 2nd. He's more likely to come back and contest for the position of a Governor in Bungoma county. His recent campaign in western region just indicates that he got some interest in that position. He will therefore be competing with the current Governor Wycliffe wangamati.

Amos Wako

He's the current senator for Busia County. The current Governor is in his second term and final term and therefore he's in a pole position to be the next governor. Amos Wako was former Attorney general of Kenya.

Cleophas Malala

He's the current senator for Kakamega county. The vocal Politician who's aslo former deputy minority leader could the next governor of kakamega County as Oparanya is approaching his final term in the office.

Kipchumba Murkomen

He's a Kenyan lawyer by profession and he's aslo the current senetor of Elgeyo Marakwet County . He's well known in the country and he's more likely to be the next governor of Elgeyo Marakwet County.

Johnson Sakaja

He serves as the senator Nairobi County . The former nomited senator could be the next governor for Nairobi County due to his hardworking and the current state of Nairobi County.

Kilonzo junior

The 46 years old was elected as the senator for Makueni county under wiper Democratic Movement. He's among the senators who could be the next Governor for Makueni.

Gideon Moi

He's the chairman of KANU and the current senator for Baringo County . In the recent past he has been amongst top politicians interested in presidential position during 2022 general election.

Ledama Olekina

He's the current senator for Narok county . He was elected under orange democratic movement. He's likely to be the next Governor for Narok county.

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