The Reason Why Kalonzo And Gideon Moi Could Be The Best Option For President Uhuru Kenyatta.
By Nzangib | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Monday 8th March 2021.
The WIPER party leader and KANU party leader are definitely the best option for president Kenyatta ahead of 2022 state house succession. This comes after the ODM party leader has been deserted by the head of state and the handshake is at stake of collapsing.
Details have emerged that Gideon Moi the son to the second president of Kenya is getting alot of favour from the head of state to do his politics. This is after he was chosen to represent the state on Sunday during the ordination of AIPCA Bishop.
The KANU , WIPER and ANC parties have already promised to word together and snatch the presidency next year. On Sunday Kalonzo Musyoka said that they will produce the president in 2022.
Raila faced a blow and will now move by his own. His allies earlier complained of a plan to kick him out of the handshake and succession politics. It's perfectly clear that he is not an option for Kenyatta.
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