His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta's final term nears completion, the 2022 succession politics has intensified and become the talk of town basing the head of state role.The latest person to speak about presidential succession is Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua who is a big ally of DP Ruto.Speaking on 'TV 47 Kenya' this morning when hosted on the 'Morning Cafe' show, the vocal MP said that they really respect head of state Uhuru Kenyatta and would wish to see him leave behind a good legacy. However, he warned that by getting involved in the 2022 succession politics, the head of state will only be seeking to embarrass himself. Something that'll taint the good legacy that he has worked hard to achieve.
"We respect the President and would want him to leave a good legacy, but one of the ways to mess his legacy is to get involved in the 2022 succession politics," the MP said.
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