The presidential elections is likely to be hotly contested as many people are declaring their interest in the seat. National Assembly Speaker and Mount Kenya Region Spokesman Justin Muturi also declared his interest in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Deputy President and UDA party leader William Ruto has toured most parts of the country intensively campaigning for his candidature. Former Prime Minister and ODM party leader Raila Odinga is also interested in the seat, with this marking his last shot to the presidency.
Former Nairobi County governor Mike Sonko today shared an exclusive video showing the printing process of the caps belonging to billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi.
Click the link below to watch the video:
Jimmy Wanjigi is known for supporting Raila Odinga in his presidential campaigns some years back. His interest in the top seat comes as a blow to the ODM fraternity as he played a vital role in Raila's campaigns.
In the video, a lot of caps of different colours with the inscription 'Jimmy Wanjigi for President 2022' were being printed, ready for his 2022 presidential campaigns.
The video caught the attention of netizens who displayed mixed reactions. Some of their comments read:
Verkyskegode, "Dividing Mount Kenya votes."
Dulkim Berry, "We will vote for him."
Caroline Muhunyo, "Wako na pesa za kuwaste."
Kangwa Ngukoi, "Enjoying democratic rights."
Iam Veejay1, "I'd vote for him but he's a Deep State project!"
Vicmass Luodollar, "Dreams are valid so they say."
Dorry Ke, "Enyewe huyu ni mkali wao😂😍👏."
Mwangi1 Thanga, "I would rather vote for Peter Kenneth!"
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