The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections if Hon. Raila Odinga wins the race or DP William Ruto. With politics getting messy and uglier, things are becoming increasingly difficult for various political Aspirants.
With 2022 general elections temperatures rising Kenyans have concern over the there security. CS Interior Fred Matiang'i, PS Interior Karanja Kibicho, IG Hillary Mutyambai and DCI George Kinoti are spending sleepless nights to make sure that Kenyans are safe from the pandemic and other problems that are affecting them as we had into elections.
After Wafula Chebukati latest message to PS Interior Karanja Kibicho, tang political analyst Edward Kisiang'ani has stated that, The IEBC should be lauded for escaping a Volcanic eruption and for defending the constitution. The power to organise elections in Kenya is constitutionally vested in the IEBC. Anybody else purporting to do that job is a dangerous nuisance at Chebukati and ODM PartyKenya.
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