Uhuru Kenyatta's 2022 Possible Lineup In Case He Runs For His Third Term
All eyes are currently on Uhuru Kenyatta especially after his moves that hints he might run for the third term come 2022. Moses Kuria revealed the allegations, not for the first time when the president met a group of Maa community in Statehouse. The delegation hinted that he might run for presidency come 2022. In this regard, the following leaders might be on his lineup in case he runs for the top seat once more.
1. Musalia Mudavadi- Deputy President
Musalia Mudavadi might be the next deputy president considering his support for BBI and the head of state. Also, he comes from a tribe that is the second-largest in population after Kikuyus. Musalia Mudavadi's experience and energy might convince the head of state to pick him as his running mate.
Kalonzo Musyoka might be the third prime minister in case BBI passes. The head of state will possibly pick him as his front-line man who he will appoint as the prime minister in case they win the elections. Wiper leader has a lot of experience and manpower to take this country to the next level.
3. Hassan Joho
Hassan Joho might be convinced to become the deputy prime minister in the lineup. His influence across the coastal region will be a big boost for the head of state in case he runs for the third term.
4. Gideon Moi
Gideon might be another deputy prime minister so that he can counter Ruto's influence in Rift Valley Province.
Give your views concerning the above formation come 2022. Do you think Uhuru might run for the third term?
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