As president Uhuru Kenyatta lives the last months of his ten-year tenure, he has a number of issues to solve among them is unraveling the puzzle of who will take the power baton from him.
Before the tectonic forces tore him and his deputy apart, he was bound by Jubilee Coalition to return hand in 2022 and 2027 elections. The unprecedented handshake with Raila Odinga saw Jomo's son fronting the former as his preferred successor.
Despite of him choosing Agwambo as his heir, sources disclosed that Uhuru's turf is moving anti-parallel to that he is agitating for. This prompted Muigai to take a rear seat and watch the present and future unfold before his own eyes.
In a rare discourse, Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru has made a revelation of Mt Kenya's present and future political galore. Waiguru has affirmed that the region is not yet seized by the outsiders as political acrobats portend it to look.
She advised those eyes to unseat Jomo's son to make inroads to the region and try their luck but as of now, Mt Kenya is open for grabs and none has won it over. Her revelation dispels the much publicized tale propagated by Ruto's lieutenants that the region is William's zone.
By disclosing how safe the region is from the invaders, Uhuru has every reason to swing into action and sway it to his preferential direction. Of the presidential hopefuls expected to leap from this anticipated move is ODM party leader Raila Odinga. Should this process turn out successfully, Ruto's dreams of occupying the house on the hill top will be shattered.
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