As the 2022 general elections approach, President Uhuru Kenyatta is anticipated to give over the presidency to another presidential candidate. Uhuru Kenyatta has not officially named his successor, but he has committed to support ODM leader Hon Raila Amollo Odinga who is the former Prime Minister.
Several leaders have chastised him for not making explicit pronouncements about his succession. Today, UDA Chairman Senetor Johnson Muthama chastised President Uhuru Kenyatta for failing to prepare and establish a better foundation for all presidential contenders. President Uhuru Kenyatta, according to Senetor Johnson Muthama, has solely focused on one person, leaving others behind, which is comparable to Moi's administration.
"Rather than engaging in succession politics, Uhuru Kenyatta should protect his legacy by ensuring a level playing field for all Presidential Aspirants. Uhuru is following in Moi's footsteps, and if he is not careful, he will finish up with an egg on his face "Senetor Johnson Nduya Muthama tweeted.
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