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Speaker Muturi To Be In The ballots Come 2022 General Election

Speaker of national assembly Justine Njoki Muturi have promised Kenyans to be in the ballots competing for the presidential seat in the 2022 general elections. Speaking in the Ugenya constituency in Siaya county, he encouraged Kenyans to carefully inspect every leader who is contesting for the presidency before promoting them to the State House.

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Muturi had visited Siaya for a fund-raiser in aid of women groups, where many who were present praised his idea and promised to support him to become the 5th president of this nation. JB Muturi is the 7th speaker of the national assembly of Kenya since 2013 up to date.

Muturi joins many Kenyan men and women who had already shown their interest in being the successors of Uhuru Kenyatta. They include the UDA party leader, who is also the deputy president of Kenya William Ruto, the ODM party leader Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga, KANU party leader Gideon Moi, WIPER party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, and Maedeleo Chap Chap (MCC) Alfred Mutua, and many others.

The rise of many presidential aspirants gives Kenyans a good chance to elect a leader whom they can trust, and they are sure that he or she can drive this country to a better place. A leader who has vision and mission, who can transform this country's economy and fight corruption which had set this country to poor economic growth and developments.

If we as citizens, we need to examine all the leaders as per JB Muturi before casting out our votes, and this will help us get a leader of substance and a person who is willing to help this country instead of accumulating all the wealth for himself and his close friends.

As a citizen of this country, please share with us your views about if Muturi should vie for president and succeed Uhuru or not.

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