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"Uhuru Will be Active in Politics After 2022" Wambugu Says, Dismisses Ruto's Recent Rally in Nyeri

The Member of Parliament for Nyeri Town Ngunjiri Wambugu now claims that President Uhuru Kenyatta will not retire from politics in 2022 despite the end of his second term as the head of state.

As quoted by Citizen TV, Wambugu who was speaking in Nyeri on Tuesday December 7 after issuing bursary forms to his residents stated that Uhuru will remain to be the Jubilee Party leader, and in any issues concerning the party, they will be consulting him.

"Our party leader is not going to retire from politics, he is going to continue being the party leader for a couple of years even after he retires from politics."

Ngunjiri further assured Jubilee supporters that the National Delegate Conference that was supported to have been held on November 30 will be conducted before Christmas Day, 25 December adding that the party will roar back to life soon and embark on serious political activities.

While downplaying Ruto's three day rally in Nyeri a day ago, Ngunjiri said that the region will support a 2022 presidential aspirant who has their interests at heart.

The vocal handshake supporter added that Ruto's popularity across the region will be diminished once Jubilee party starts its campaigns.

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