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"It Shall Rain Fire, Try to Postpone 2022 Election," Moses Kuria Warns

The 2022 general election is among the much anticipated event in Kenya. Many politician are eyeing to engage in election competition for various administration post.The ongoing quest on whether the 2022 election shall be held following the extent covid-19 pandemic.

Gatundu South member of parliament who is a vocal tangatanga ally has warned on any attempt to postpone the election process because of the covid-19 pandemic. He warned that it shall not be good as usual.

The process of election in Kenya since independence has been associated with violence and as such when a vocal leader speaks of it raining fire, suppose the election is procrastinated for whatever reason is a question everyone is asking.

I think the government should prioritize the well being of every Kenyan and such utter from leaders should be condemned by all means. What is your opinion, do you think it is appropriate to leaders begin focusing on 2022 election when it still one year ahead? Share your opinion via the comments section.

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Gatundu South Kenya Moses Kuria Warns


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