Politics are taking shape every day and with president Kenyatta, about to hang his boots as president there debates going on as to who will be the best fit to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta as the fifth president of Kenya.
Politics from the Mt. Kenya region have been dominating our headline for the longest time now, debates have been on whether the president should come from their region but we can remember once the president said it is not a must for the president to come from the Kikuyu tribe.
political analyst had hinted that the current sitting president and his inner circle might be hinting at a plan to extend his term come 2022. That information attracted huge debate and today close ally to deputy president Kimani Ichungwa has broken his silence on the same.
The outspoken Ichugwa has dropped a bomb of question regarding the possibility of the president extending his term come 2022. "Is this what they called TESTING the waters? Is this what informs the desperation to shove BBI down the throats of Kenyans at whatever cost? Will Kenyans afford an extra minute or say #FinishAndGo". Kimani angrily asks.
The hustler ally and his team can not allow the president to delay the election.
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