Barely a year before the 2022 general election, the battle for the control of the vote-rich mount Kenya region between the Deputy President and the former prime minister as they seek support from the region with a high voter turnout ahead of the next year's polls.
According to the former senate Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki, the deputy President Hustler movement has taken a step in the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta through the Bottom-up economic approach in a bid to strengthen his 2022 presidential bid ahead of the former prime minister, who has been moving across the country seeking to counter the Hustler movement.
However, the post by the senator has left many Kenyans on Facebook speculating that the senator's post claims that the second in command Hustler narrative is gaining grounds and his bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta is unstoppable.
This comes at a time when the political temperature in the country, has been rising and 2022 politics is gaining momentum across the political divide in the country.
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