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Ole Sankok Predicts Who Will Be The Next President

During the state of the nation address by the president, the president said that his administration is determined in making a better Kenya. He spoke about national unity and the problems that Kenya always go through after every election Period. He said that the country has realized some political stability since he made a handshake negotiation with the ODM party leade. The handshake led to the rebirth of the constitutional amendments bill through the popular initiative the BBI which was declared illegal by the court of appeal. The president said that his administration is determined to fulfill what he started and he added that what was meant to be done will be done.

Different legislators gave different opinions about the president's statement some saying that the president meant that the BBI will have to continue and the president will endorse someone who supports the BBI to vie in the 2022 general elections.

David Ole Sangkok who is popularly known as nominee 001 is a nominated member of jubilee party to the national assembly and he represents the people with special needs to the assembly. When he was asked to give his views about the president's address, he said that the president speech was good and what he told Kenyans was true because jubilee government has done alot of developments since 2013 when they were first elected to lead the nation. Ole Sangkok said that the president only failed to mention Raila Odinga when he talked about the post violence elections in Kenya. He said that it is Raila Odinga who has been opposing the elections since 2007 and leading to chaos all over the country as he always claim that the elections have been rigged leading to his defeat.

The nominated legislator added that it is just clear that the president will endorse the former prime minister for the presidential seat during the 2022 general elections.

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