Peter Kagwanja, a political analyst, said that the person who will succeed William Ruto as the president in 2032 is likely to be Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja. However, it will all depend on how he performs as the governor. According to Peter Kagwanja, a political analyst, a leader will emerge if he or she can deliver results for the people. However, he doubts that Johnson will be able to become a national leader due to his performance as the governor. He also believes that Ruto's second term is a must. Kagwanja believes that Ruto will be able to win his re-election in 2027 due to his political prowess
William Samoei Ruto is the current head of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party and the President of the Republic of Kenya. During the election that took place in August, he prevailed over his opponent Raila Odinga by a hair's breadth to win the contest for the State House. According to the constitution, the sitting head of state can only run for office for a maximum of one further term. After that, he is planning to step away from active politics and retire instead.
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