As time ticks towards 2022 General Elections, Some section of Kenyans are showing interests to lead their fellow countryman in various positions available in the Kenyan constitution.
According to The Star, Wanjigi is the best man to be in Kenyan politics. The source claims Wanjigi is on the right direction as he know well how Kenyan politics need to be conducted.
Also, the Source alleges Wanjigi has been backed with the majority of Kenyan youth who are pushing for a change in the Kenyan politics.
Wanjigi was a main supporter of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in last general elections and he feels it is time for him to lead ODM party in Presidential Elections ahead of the current party leader Raila Odinga.
Raila on his side has shown interests to be on a ballot and he will face Deputy President William Ruto who is alleged to be his main competitor.
Kenyans waits for other names who are interested in Presidential Elections to announce it publicly and ours is to wait and see what will happen at the end.
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