As the election year is nearing, presidential candidates are trying their best to show Kenyans what they will do if given the chance. Each one of them is doing everything in their power to please Kenyans with both words and actions.
Although the former president Mwai Kibaki has not given his suggestion about who he prefers to be the next Kenya's president, the candidates are trying to emulate his policies because most Kenyans claim his government was the best.
They have gone to an extent of hiring his ex-advisers and promised to return the economic situation to how it was during Kibaki's era.
This issue led to today's Nation headline, "The Kibaki factor in 2022 elections," that has got social media users talking.
Below are some of Kenyans' reactions:
Wakanyi Muigai, "Kibaki was a man who had no need for money or fame. Those two traits are what made him deliver. This young leaders are after fame and bling bling. That requires attention and to get attention, one needs money and authority. The only president who had interest of kenyans at heart. A true blessings to kenya 🇰🇪. I wish you well mzee❤."
Stephen Lijoodi, "Hiring kibaki ex experts wont change today's economic status the man at the top matters more than guys at the bottom."
Bozzi Boziana, "The Mzee is soo quite;enjoying his retirement in peace..don't you see u are disturbing the orphan?"
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