Politics have gradually continued to take a major twist as fresh details emerge on regular basis. This happens as fresh details have emerged about possible postponement of 2022 elections after High Court's decision on BBI on 13th of this month. Political analyst Harman Manyora has put it that Uhuru may have no otherwise but postpone upcoming presidential elections.
Harman Manyora said that for any elections to be held, it should find the parliament settled. In the past,we had justice Maraga order order Uhuru to dissolve the parliament. If it happens that Uhuru respects Maraga's orders then this is exactly what will happen stopping 2022 elections.
“…He (Uhuru) has been asked to dissolve parliament, he does so. Without Parliament, you cannot constitute IEBC. No IEBC, you cannot have another Parliament. No Parliament, no IEBC. No IEBC, you cannot have the elections, what options are we left with?” asked Manyora.
Harman Manyora has leaked the fact that if BBI fails, Uhuru will end up forming a caretaker government with Raila.
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