Whoever coined the famous; ''Kilicho na mwanzo kina mwisho'' kiswahili maxim no doubt had president Uhuru Kenyatta in mind. Jomo's son has been steering the country since 2013 when he was first elected as Kenya's fourth head of state since independence.
A time to fold his political mats is fast approaching and as expected of him, he will hand over the power baton to whoever emerges the victor in 2022 presidential race.
Before exiting, Kenyatta II has affirmed that he will be play part in leveraging the ground for his successor. Various hopefuls will verily be looking forward to win his heart and whoever succeeds, will have a catalyst.
Since there is nothing new under the sun, Uhuru may endorse his father's son in the run of 2022 race. Let it be remembered that its Daniel Arap Moi who hauled Muigai from blues thrusting him on power.
Prior to 2022 elections, Nyayo did the unimaginable; he handpicked Jomo's son as his preferred successor a decision that caused a political mayhem with KANU party. Moi become occupied statehouse after Kenyatta's death and his move was sure an appreciation gesture to the latter's family.
A good round deserves a good turn and this Uhuru may consider to effect. Moi's biological son; Gideon Moi has lately been criss-crossing the country in what has been termed as a familiarization tour. KANU chair as also hinted that he is working hard to fly One Kenya Alliance fly in 2022 and though many may perceive him as a non starter, one by one makes two.
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