Jeremiah Kioni is a Kenyan politician and currently he is the member of parliament for Ndaragwa.
The current president of Kenya His Excellency Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has been accused of trying to extend his term as the president of Kenya, but today on Inooro TV Jeremiah Kioni has informed Kenyans that it is his views not the president's view.
The main reason that he says he wants the 2022 general election to be postponed is because in the 2010 there are constituencies that were to be added and others merged with others. He says that because the information was to bring war Mwai Kibaki who was the president at that moment decided to push the 2010 decision with 10 years of which currently it has already pass.
According to him if the leaders will keep quiet concerning the information above without and healing from the information, the Constituencies that were said will come and be forgotten.
Speaking on Inooro TV he said that after the general election there will be nothing to fight for and no one will be listening to them.
He says that in some years to come some of the Constituencies like Ndaragwa will not be anywhere to be heard from.
So according to him it is better for the general election to be postponed and the IEBC work for the Constituencies first.
He has sent a message to all Kenyan leaders who are saying it is not the best solution telling them to provide the best solution if they think Postponing election is not the best plan.
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