Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions online after another former president's son declared that he will run for the presidency in 2022. According to a report by K24 TV Kenya, former president Mwai Kibaki's son Jimmy Kibaki has confirmed that he will be contesting for the much awaited 2022 general elections so as to fulfill his dream of leading this country.
According to Kibaki junior, he has been blessed for the seat by his father, the former president Mwai Kibaki.
Kenyans have however told him of saying the Kenyan presidency cannot be a family affair. This is after former president Daniel Moi's son Gideon Moi also announced that he will be on the ballot in 2022. Gideon Moi and Jimmy Kibaki will be aiming to continue with the legacies of their fathers as Kenyans continue to express their interest in getting fresh blood on the Kenyan top seat.
Former president Jomo Kenyatta's son Uhuru Kenyatta is the current president of Kenya.
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