Politics in Kenya is gaining momentum day in outing as we head to the 2022 election. Majority of leaders are working hard day and night to form sure that 2022 general elections will favour them.
Some people are becoming too on the brink of the president thinking that they' ll be made the president' s successor.According to prof Makau on his Twitter official page he claims that the president is getting to make Moi' s son Gideon the successor but consistent with history nobody has ever managed and thus Uhuru should stop thinking so.
" Mr moi was unable to impose mr Kenyatta on kenya even with unbridled imperial powers. Can mr Kenyatta, with diminished powers, choose his successor where his mentor the professor of politics failed? history' s jinxis unkind and suggests NYET. Can Jomo' s son cheat history? " prof Makau asks.
He claims that the history will decide for itself who are going to be the successor and not him.No matter what proportion he' s getting to try but which will be impossible. Politics have currently taken new dimension as political divisions are witnessed among leaders.
Leaders are divided supported who they support.President Uhuru Kenyatta has joined hands with the opposition leader Raila Odinga and are pushing for BBI to be passed to permit constitutional amendments through referendum.
Those allied to dp Ruto are against BBI because they believe the most aim for creation of BBI was to make positions for leaders within the government. The dp argues that those leaders who want to be in government should first consider the requirements of kenyans as a priority.
The rivalry between the president and his deputy has led to leaders allied to Ruto to be kicked out of the jubilee party.The latest was the previous jubilee party chief whip Irungu Kang' ata who is believed to possess been kicked out due to a letter he wrote to president Kenyatta about BBI.
The senator doesn't seem to regret in the least about anything.He was welcomed to tangatanga by murkomen on Tuesday when he was being fired and promised leadership position in UDA party that' s led by dp Ruto.
The Muranga Senator while joining the DP on a campaign opposing the amendment of the 2010 constitution, on Friday 11, blamed former prime minister Raila Odinga for his unprecedented removal from Jubilee." i used to be punished because I spoke the reality, don' t you think that so? " he stated in his address to Kiambaa residents
The senator also told the residents that the hustler government through its manifesto would make sure the region is given priority by constructing a number of the debilitated roads and providing stable electricity.
" I voted for Uhuru in 2002 even when he did not get the presidency, I voted for him in 2013 and that i voted for him in 2017, he' s not the matter. the matter came in when this ' riddles' guy came in, " Kanga' ta said.
Kang' ata who was welcomed by the Kiambaa residents said that he was worried that there' ll be more trouble if the ODM leader joins the govt fully. Kanga' ta was ejected because the Majority whip after a Jubilee Coalition Parliamentary Group meeting held at KICC, Nairobi.Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju stated that Kang' ata was not showing party loyalty thus warranting his removal.
Kanga' ta had written a letter to President Uhuru telling him of the unpopularity of the BBI within the Mt Kenya region. However, Tuju said that the letter wasn' t the last word reason for his removal.The DP was seen sharing a light- weight moment with Kanga' ta and other leaders before their public address begun.
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