President Uhuru Kenyatta. (Photo courtesy).
Political analyst Ambrose Weda, has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to avoid engaging in political process in 2022 in luring voters to elect somebody else to succeed him.
He added that he should not care whether Kenyans will elect a thief or not a thief since that's their own choice, if they elect a thief who will come and make them suffer by stealing everything to leaving them to be beggars is just upon them.
They are the ones who will deal with that as President Uhuru Kenyatta would have gone to retirement, that's when maybe they will have to regret about it because if he tries to urge them to take a certain direction, that will cause some tension which are not necessary.
"My parting short is that I think the President should avoid urging people to vote his preferred candidate, because that might bring some unnecessary tension let Kenyans elect their own preferred President, whether they elect a thief let them elect a thief it's their own choice." He said.
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