Today while on an interview with the popular K24 television, Ann Waiguru was clear in pointing out the massive impact that the current president Uhuru Kenyatta still has ahead of his exit from the political game. He disclosed that they are still waiting for Uhuru Kenyatta to disclose his preferred successor which will be a big game-changer in the upcoming 2022 general elections.
The current Kirinyaga governor also revealed that there is a balance in the political strengths in leaders and it is still too early to predict who will win the next presidential election. She revealed that the next general election is still far and anything can change between now and the period of election.
The current president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to be in Kirinyaga county on Wednesday where he will be ushering in th3 celebrations of Mashujaa day where it is a holiday for Kenyans to pay respect to various respectable legends and Kenyan figures.
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