State House. Image : File
Kenyans will be choosing their fifth President in 2022. President Uhuru Kenyatta won't be vying as per the Constitution.
Deputy President William Ruto showed interest long time ago to succeed the president. At some point he was moving in many parts of the country trying seek support from Kenyans by using the hustler nation narrative.
On the other hand the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who lost in 2007, 2013 and 2017 might vie again. This could be a stiff competition between the two.
What many people are waiting is to see who the President will support. Remember it appears the relationship between him(Uhuru) and his Deputy isn't good.
What if he decides to support his Interior and Coordination of National Security Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i for the top seat? In my view, Matiang'i will win massively and be our fifth President in 2022.
Interior CS Fred Matiang'i. Photo/Courtesy/File.
CS Matiang'i has been working under President Uhuru exemplarily. In all the ministries he has been in charge, he left a mark. This means if he becomes the Head of State he can rule in a good way.
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