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President Kenyatta Reveals his Plans after 2022

President Kenyatta has not paid a keen interest in seeking any elective position after the end of his 10 year term in 2022. Some of the central kenya leaders, the COTU secretary general Papa Francis Atwoli, David Murathe who is the Jubilee's Vice Chairman among other top leaders have been propelling the narrative that President Kenyatta would consider a political position after the end of his 10-year term saying he is still Young for retirement.

In an interview with France 24 television during his visit to france where he was hosted by Marc Perelman. Kenyatta dismissed claims of seeking any political position after his retirement in 2022. Even if the constitution is amended and the position of Prime Minister created for him he was not ready. This is what is being fronted by the supporters of the Building Bridges Initiative that came into place after the handshake.

Mr Kenyatta said “I would rather come and enjoy a holiday in France every summer than seek any other political position after my term ends,”

The President did not give a hint on who he will support come 2022, he said his main focus was to fulfill his big 4 agenda in the next two remaining years. He was not happy on the early campaigns saying that may divert his focus on development and unifying the people to ensure that the country remain stable and united after the 2022 election.

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