Today, 1st December 2021, the president of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta has conferred Nakuru town to Nakuru city making Nakuru become the fourth city in Kenya. Nakuru now joins Kisumu, Mombasa, and Nairobi cities in Kenya.
During the conferment, the president was joined by some of the prime political leaders. Lee Kinyanjui, the Nakuru county governor was present to grace and witness the occasion. Also, the former prime minister, Raila Odinga, KANU party leader Gideon Moi, and others joined Uhuru during the conferment celebration day. The deputy president didn't accompany his boss but instead, he took his campaign to Machakos.
The former prime minister seems to be gaining favor from the president as he continues to grace highly profiled meetings together with the president. The former prime minister has spoken up and congratulated the Nakuru town for becoming the newest city in the nation. He also congratulated President Uhuru for making Nakuru become a city.
Is Uhuru secretly endorsing Raila for presidency come 2022? But all in all, Kenyans are the ones to decide who is the next president after Uhuru. Is Ruto doing justice to himself for missing his boss's meetings? Share your opinion and remember to like, comment, and also share.
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