Cabinet Secretary for Interior Fred Matiang’I has hinted that he is being trained to take over leadership roles from former prime minister Raila Odinga and his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta, addressing residents in North Mugirango in Kisii county he disclosed that he is not in Nairobi to be accorded with salutes and respect but learning how to run the country, this comes few hours after his security detail whisked away a woman who wanted to be addressed by the super cabinet secretary.
Matiang’I noted that his boss and former prime minister will determine who will be the next president of this country and that should not be ignored he revealed that he is close to the two leaders and his trading well with the two, he added that in the next government Kisii residents will be well represented so that they can have a sit at the table.
Already Matiang’I has received blessing from Kisii elders to negotiate with other leaders to represent interest of Kisii residents nationally, he added that Kisii leaders should be strategic when it comes to politics so that they don’t find themselves locked out in government in 2022.
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