President Uhuru Kenyatta ally has named those leaders that will be in statehouse come the year 2022 disclosing why Deputy President William Ruto will not be part.
Chair of the Constitution Oversight Committee (CIOC) Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni has issued contentious remarks about what Kenyans should expect on matters President Uhuru Kenyatta's succession revealing the weight in the Building Bridges Initiative.
According to MP Kioni, he has said that come the year 2022, the Statehouse will be for those leaders who have always supported the government's agenda and which is the Building Bridges Initiative.
"The team that will be in Statehouse in 2022 is the team that will follow Uhuru's infrastructure. Because it is hard to work outside the BBI and I sympathize with those opposing it. It will be hard for them to be in," Ndaragwa Member of Parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has said in a Monday morning interview with TV 47.
Adding that "When you are moving out of Statehouse like President Uhuru is about to do, you cannot allow your predecessor to misuse what they cannot account for."
MP Kioni has also revealed that the campaigns are set to begin immediately after the passing of the BBI bill expanding that 2022 election campaigns should begin in January-February next year.
"2022 election campaigns should begin in January-February next year after we are done with BBI. This will help one know which role they will vie for and what influence it brings," MP Jeremiah Kioni added.
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