The Constitution of Kenya clearly outlines that the general elections should be held in the country after every five years to give Kenyans mandate to elect leaders of their own choice through a free and fair election.
Next year August, Kenyans will be subjected to a general election to elect different leaders as from Members of County Assembly (MCA) to the presidency.
The new political party has left many Kenyans wondering where it's headquarter is located as this is the first time for many Kenyans to come over the name. The slogan of the new party is "Tujenge Taifa" which means building the nation in English.
In summary, this comes barely one week after Mt Kenya region leaders such as Martha Karua, Moses Kuria, Mwangi Kiunjuri and William Kabogo met in Naivasha to discuss the way forward on matters of national politics ahead of 2022 polls.
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