Kenyan politics are taking a new twist as 2022 general election approaches. Several leaders are rushing to form coalition that will enable them be strong enough to counter their opponents and take the highest position on the land after the upcoming general election.
As Jubilee administration is going to an end by 2022 and president Uhuru Kenyatta give room for another leadership, several things have been observed and will remaining in kenyans memory for several years. For instance it's in during Uhuru's administration that saw a huge and united region divide as he lacks full and proper control of it. As we speak there are mountain leaders who attacks him something that has never been witnessed in any other administration so far. Kimani Ichungwa, Moses Kuria, Ndindi Nyoro and other have dicided to take a route different from president and this put his role in a region in a test.
This simply means that the Hustlers movement wave is likely to outshine all his move and leave him a frustrated man as seen in several by election where they are teaming with Odm and are shocked by the movement even within the mountain region.
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