The politics of the country is really confusing many Kenyans. Some are even left in total dilemma. The 2022 race is taking shape in the country. Many politicians have began campaigning to convince many supporters.
Political analysts like Herman Manyora, professor Kisiangani and Mutahi Ngunyi have been making predictions on the tough contest ahead. Herman Manyora and Ngunyi have on many occasions claimed that Ruto will not be the president and he should stop wasting his time.
However, Manyora yesterday shocked many Kenyans after he claimed that the 2022 elections should be suspended. He said that the country has serious issues to address rather than holding elections. He said that the economy is collapsing after the third wave that has claimed the lives of many Kenyans. He also said that their are no ICU beds in hospitals but Kenyans want to think about the 2022 succession politics.
Today, SC Paul Mwite has joined Manyora to make similar claims. In his remarks he said that there are no ICU beds, no mobile clinics and millions eaten equipment imposed on County Governments at grossly inflated leasing costs and the beneficiaries thereof not news anymore.
His remarks come a day after Manyora spoke on the state of the nation concerning the third wave that is ravaging many Kenyans. Uhuru Kenyatta has banned all political gatherings and rallies but it seems that politicians have become supper spreaders of the pandemic.
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