With less than one year to the elections, presidential hopefuls are decorating there candidature to the top most seat on the land. Currently the presidential race has attracted deputy president William Ruto, ODM leader Rails Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance chiefs.
However today the race took another dimension after details emerges of Jimmy Wanji eldest son of former president Mwai Kibaki and who is also the deputy party leader of the New Democrats expected to vie for the presidency in the 2022 general elections.
According to Thuo Mathenge, the party's National chairman, a consultative meeting for Jimmy to vie is on an advanced stage. He added that the party has received the blessings of former president Mwai Kibaki through his son Jimmy Kibaki.
" I would like to state that TND is on the advanced stage of having Jimmy Kibaki as our presidential candidate in 2022. Being our deputy party leader, he is equal to task a head of delivering the country from bad leadership and end corruption." Mathenge said.
Mathenge added, " The New Democrats party is a Kenyan political party founded to give Kenya a new, alternative and people_centred leadership that ensures positive governance in the spirit of the new constitutional dispensation." He said.
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