As President Kenyatta's term comes to an end in 2022, several politicians have expressed their interest in taking over from Jomo's son when the time comes.
The likes Raila Odinga, William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, and Gideon Moi have all expressed their interest in the seat. There have been reports that ODM leader Raila Odinga is secretly planning to revamp the NASA vehicle that they used in 2017.
However, these attempts have been rebuffed by two of NASA's principals in Mudavadi and Kalonzo. The two leaders have shot down any suggestions to Unite in a similar manner as in 2017. According to Kalonzo Musyoka, NASA if nothing but a lost dream.
Kalonzo then threw a dig at Raila claiming the ODM leader is only calling on the others to unite because he is afraid to be Hanged alone. This comes after Raila suggested that it's either they come together or risk being hung independently.
Mudavadi warned that any political pact will have nothing to do with the 2017 NASA agreement.
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