President Uhuru Kenyatta will soon be going home. No problem with that. He has been one of the best Presidents not only in the country but also in the entire world. The problem is his replacement. Many leaders have already shown interest of succeeding him in what is anticipated to be the most competitive general election the country has ever seen.
In the past general elections, some chaotic scenes have been dominating the whole campaign period. As things seem to be, if something will not be done as early as now, chaos may be the order of the day again in the next general election.
As we are speaking, tension and panic have filled the air after some areas in the nation were named as dangerous areas ahead of the election. Those areas consist of Kibra, Kawangware, Kayole, Makadara and other in Nairobi and Nyali, Kisauni, Likoni, Mbaraki, Majengo and others in Mombasa.
The good thing is that the police are making early preparations to ensure that everything will be alright and the people will be safe from the goons.
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