Under the 2010 constitution, kenyans have rights to elect their leaders after five years. This means that Kenya will hold her third general election on the second Tuesday of August next year.
A few weeks ago, IEBC released its schedule for the all activities to be undertaken as the general election beacons. It has emerged that by 9 of August 2022, the president will have not completed his five-term as stated in the consititution.
The former nominated senator,Paul Njoronge has written to the IEBC Chairperson and the Attorney General to reschedule Elections to 2023. He has issued a 30 days notice to sue.
According to the former Senator, president Uhuru Kenyatta was Sworn into the office on 28 of November 2017 and it has to end on 27 of November 2022 not as it is at the moment. Part of his statement read that,"the current Office Holder of the office of the president of the republic of kenya was Sworn into the office on the 28 of November 2017,it therefore goes without saying that term of the office of the president shall expire on the 27 of November 2022."
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