According to the reports in a local daily, President Uhuru Kenyatta is on the right track in managing his succesion plans in 2022 presidential elections.
Further reports claimed that the President will be triggering a situation like 2002 one,where many parties formed NARC to make Mwai Kibaki president.
The Head of State is said to be working on a deal that will see One Kenya Alliance leaders; Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka,Moses Wetangula and Gideon Moi supporting Raila for presidency against his Deputy William Ruto.
And now UDA Chairman and DP Ruto's ally Johnson Muthama has fired a warning at the President over his 202 succesion plans.
Muthama said in his Twitter account that Uhuru Kenyatta should only ensure an enabling environment,for all presidential hopefuls instead of getting involved in succesion plans if he wants to have a good legacy.
Muthama also warned the President that he is taking the same route as Moi in 2022 and that if he is not careful, he might end up being disappointed.
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