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Meet The Likely Next 5th President Of Kenya Come 2022

The 2022 elections are nearing and Kenyans are supposed to make decisions on the next president. There are a number of candidates who may be contesting for the seat apart from the popular names. Who will you be voting for?

Big names like William Ruto and Raila Odinga are the one spoke about often about the next government. There are however more promising candidates who may surprise you come 2022. Some Kenyan leaders are set to make their first appearance in the presidential campaign.

One of the likely candidates for the presidential seat is Dr. Fred Matiangi. The CS for internal security is trailing well under the leadership of Uhuru Kenyatta. As we had towards 2022, he maybe a surprising name to appear as a winner of the election.

Matiangi has faired on well in the sectors he has been allocated. He started off as a cabinet for information and Technology. He improved Kenya's technology and strived to upgrade the country into a digitalized one. After his well-known success, the president reshuffled him to become the education Cabinet Secretary. He still showcased his leadership since he prudently dealt with cheating in Kenya. He spearheaded the movement well and reduced chances of students stealing an exam.

He is currently the Cs for internal security. Despite the few setbacks, he has improved the security of Kenyans. He is fearless when making right decisions for the country. He has already shown in the three sectors of cabinet that he can be reliable.

Matiangi is a raised from a Christian family which will also stand for the truth. He is relentless when fighting issues of corruption and loves uniformity.Dr Fred Matiangi is one of the few candidates who may surprise by becoming Kenya's fifth president.

Kenyans, do you think Fred Matiangi can make it into presidency?

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