Tuesday 29th June 2021.
Netizens have woken up to yet another dilemma after new details of Uhuru's Succession Plan emerge.
The Tuesday 29th Daily Nation outlined that the city billionaire businessman Jimmy Wanjigi will be in the race.
Surprisingly, his candidature has been linked to the head of states' party Jubilee party. This has now brought the dilemma over who will be the successor of Uhuru.
Earlier president Uhuru Kenyatta announced that his choice of successor will leave alot of people surprised. We therefore expect some new faces in the politics.
Jimmy Wanjigi is not new in politics however. He has been in politics since 2002. Kenyans reacting to this news have explained that the billionaire has alot of experience since he has worked with Mwai Kibaki.
What are your thoughts, is Jimmy Wanjigi the president's choice of successor that we have all been waiting for? Share your thoughts in the comments section nitakua hapo.
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