It is now remaining exactly 34 days until the country goes into its general elections to elect its fifth president while the incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to retire from politics.
There has been a feeling around the country that the president through the orange Democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga will still be actively in politics.
Sometimes back, the president himself was heard saying that he will not handover the power to a thief of whom he did not mention his or her name.
Well today, the star Newspaper has put it right that the president has constituted a team of powerful men who will steer the handover game.
According to the newspaper, The men known as the Bureaucrats are the ones in the Frontline ready to spearhead the event, however the attention is driven to the relationship between the deputy president William Ruto and the men. The star notes that the second in command does not see eye to eye with the aforementioned people.
"Revealed, uhuru men who will steer the handover. Teams top bureaucrats don't see eye to eye with William Ruto whose team demands fairness. Questions abound whether powerful men will handover power to Ruto," the star Newspaper headlines read.
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