Kenyans are gearing up for an election year in which they will be able to vote for their preferred politicians. Given Kenya's worsening economy, the presidential contest is the most important position. The next president will be tasked with reviving the country's economy.
Many Kenyans wonder who is capable of transforming the country's economy. Several politicians have expressed interest in becoming Kenya's next president in 2022. Former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, and Deputy President William Ruto are among the contenders for the presidency in 2022.
Kenyans will be forced to vote for one of the candidates to rule the country for the next five years through ballot. Kenyans' decision will determine whether the country improves or deteriorates further.
Kenyans will be forced to consider the history of these leaders in order to choose a worthy leader. Highlight their accomplishments throughout their time in government. Kenya, based on this, will be in safe hands by 2022.
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