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Opinion: How Kenya's 10-Years-Renewal Period Favors An Azimio-OKA Administration

In 1982, Kenya was declared a single party state after parliament passed Section 2A of the Constitution. This was one of the darkest moments in the history of this nation.

Since then, Kenya has experienced key after every 10 years. (I call this 10-years-duration “Kenya's Renewal Period").

In 1992, Kenyans participated in a major multiparty elections, after a decade of single party dictatorship under President Moi's KANU.

In 2002, Kenyans brought an end to the four decades of KANU rule by electing President Mwai Kibaki under the National Rainbow Coalition (NARC) Party. This gave way to unprecedented changes in government and the way the country was being run.

In 2012, Kenyans participated in the first General Elections under the newly promulgated Constitution. Thanks to the devolved system of governance, many regions have experienced significant developments that could have taken forever to realize.

In 2022, it is beyond any reasonable doubts that Kenyans will elect the first female DP, who will help The Fifth restore confidence in government (such as through full implementation of the Constitution and intensified fight against corruption).

PS: In 2032, what if we get the first female President!

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