Top political analyst Prof Peter Kagwanja has foreseen Kenya's next President after term of sitting President William Ruto come to end.
Appearing for interview with source, KTN News, on Wednesday, October 12th, Prof Peter Kagwanja has seen light in Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja political career.
In submission, the good professor believe that if United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Governor Sakaja does his work well in the Countrys capital city then he is likely to become a national leader. As a results, Prof Kagwanja believes that if Sakaja does some good work in Nairobi then, he stands a chance to become Kenya's 6th or 7th who is not a Kikuyu or from Kalejin community.
"If Governor Sakaja does his work well, he might be the 6th or 7th President who is not a Kikuyu or a Kalenjin. Whoever makes Nairobi work is likely to be a National leader." He stated.
Should this come to pass is a matter of time with other leaders seeking to unsit President William Ruto is Wiper Democratic Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka who has strongly assumed opposition role after Azimio One Kenya coalition leader Raila Odinga lost to Kenya Kwanza leader HE William Ruto.
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