The 2022 election may spring yet more surprises, with experts saying that ethnic issues, which have traditionally played an important role in Kenyan politics, may no longer carry the weight they once did in a country with 44 tribes.
With major constitutional changes suspended for now, and swirling new alliances taking shape, Kenya's political scene is shrouded in uncertainty as the country eyes crucial elections due a year from now.
Taking to his official Twitter page, Manyora has urged the politics bigwigs in the country who include President Uhuru Kenyatta, DP Ruto and ODM chief Raila Odinga to come together and sort issues between them so that Kenyans may not go back to the same case as in 2007/08.
Further urging the leaders to come together, the political analyst has called for all leaders to come on board and go in one direction in 2022 hence save the country from any disruptions as witnessed in 2007.
Manyora has also cited that when the leaders come together and be on the same book, this may force DP Ruto to back ODM chief Raila for the sake of the country's peace.
He says when Kenya goes back to its normality the competition between the leaders will be necessary thereafter.
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