As Kenya is approaching her next year's general elections, many political bigwigs are rotating the nation selling their agendas to win the souls of voters.
Some of the aspirants that have come out to inherit the state office after Kenyatta are: Deputy President William Ruto, Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper party leader Mr Musyoka, KANU party leader Gideon Moi, Speaker of the National Assembly Justine Muturi and Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria.
President Kenyatta might surprise Kenyans by paying good to the late President Moi's family. In 1999, the late President Moi appointed Uhuru to chair the Kenya Tourism Board, a government organisation. In 2001, Uhuru was nominated as Member of Parliament and he joined the Cabinet as Minister for Local Government. He was also elected the first chairman of KANU party.
President Kenyatta might endorse Gideon Moi for presidency to pay back the good favour he got from the late President Moi.
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