The 2022 General Elections is drawing closer by the day, as Kenyans become divided over who should succeed Kenya's current president, Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta. In Kenya, general elections are held every five years, in August. Given that the most recent election was held in August of 2017, it is clear that the next one will be held in 2022.
Many people have proposed making the deputy president the next head of state in 2022. This is due to the fact that the two are involved in a pending development that only the deputy president can track down and complete.
However, in my opinion, the current Boss Of Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS), Retired Major Badi, is the best candidate to succeed the president. This is due to how strict he has been observed performing his duties with great honesty.
Badi has demonstrated a high level of competence currently while he is the Boss of Nairobi Metropolitan Services. Retired Major General Badi has also been seen closely to the president, indicating that he is conversant with the government's pending projects and, if given the chance, could be one of the best presidents the country has ever had.
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