Senator Gideon Moi was handed over the famous Rungu Ya Moi which meant that he was to take over from his father, the former president Daniel Forget about Gideon, president Moi wanted Morton to succeed him once he retires from politics. With 2022 general election nearing by, Senator Gideon Moi has announced that he will be eyeing for the presidential seat.
Forget about Gideon Moi, president Moi had a total of 8 children whereby Senator Gideon Moi was the last born son. According to Moi's biographer Andrew Morton in his book; The Making of an african states man, Morton revealed that president Moi never wanted Gideon Moi anywhere near politics. The former president Moi had made it clear that his second born son, John Mark Moi was to be his preferred successor once Moi retired from politics.
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