Photo(Courtesy, Jimmy Kibaki)
As the general elections approach politicians continue to raise their voices to Kenyans on their desires to be in leadership.This mainly occurs in both county and national settings. The political leaders however have been exploring their developmental plans upon being granted leadership.In addition they several individuals have already disclosed the political parties they wish to follow.
However William Ruto and Raila Odinga are among those who have already disclosed their readiness to serve the nation.However the former president's son Jimmy Kibaki has now revealed his interest to vie for presidency. However Jimmy added that he is ready to follow his father's footsteps in leading this country.However his idea has left Kenyans raising their views and concerns. Mwai Kibaki(Jimmy Kibaki's father) will however be remembered for some achievements he brought during his reign. However more individuals are expected to express their political motives towards leadership prior to 2022.However the government have been informed Kenyans to register as voters in preparation to the general elections.
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