There have been lots of suggestions that the country is in dire need of a crop of new leaders with the ability to transform the country since the current crop of leaders have failed beyond a reasonable doubt.
Many Kenyans have no doubt had enough of the political gimmicks and hullabaloos from the likes of Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, William Ruto, Kalonzo Musyoka, and even Gideon Moi. There have been calls to change the entire forest including the monkeys if this country is to progress.
In a bid to solve this political menace, Bishop David Githii of El-Gibbor church in Kiambu has finally announced his 2022 bid. According to Bishop Githii, the time has come for Kenyans to experience true leadership that focuses on servant leadership and not enriching oneself.
The former PCEA moderator promised to change the fortunes of Kenyans if he is given a chance in 2022. He vowed to improve equality by making sure women are given equal chances to succeed.
David Githii was sacked from PCEA after hs theory that the PCEA church was promoting Devil Worshipping and same gender relationships. He also took offence with some of the names of the the PCEA churches around the country.
For example he noted that the Nyeri branch is called PCEA Kiangoma which means Satan in Gikuyu language.
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