President Uhuru Kenyatta has for once made it clear on why he is poking his nose in matters to do with the 2022 general elections. This was while President Uhuru Kenyatta in company of Raila Odinga were in Nakuru to grant Nakuru its city status.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has made it clear that he is neither looking for votes nor is he campaigning for anyone ahead of the 2022 elections. This comes days after leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto asked the head of state to be like ec President Mwai Kibaki who fully focused on his legacy rather than concentrating too much in succession politics
President Uhuru has indicated that what he is mainly aiming at is to ensure that there is political stability come 2022 which will come handy with peace and unity thus this will eradicate the rampant post elections violence that Kenya has been witnessing. "Mimi sitafuti kura. Kile kitu natafuta ni amani. Kile kitu natafuta ni umoja," President Uhuru Kenyatta remarked
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