In recent days, some of the people especially from DP William Ruto's camp have been stating that the forthcoming general election must be conducted next year as according to the constitution. They have been claiming that President Uhuru Kenyatta must leave office when his time comes to an end. They have been talking a lot about 2022 but the Head of State hasn't taken time to respond.
Just like other days, today again one of DP William Ruto's allies known as Ahmednasir Abdullahi came out to speak ill of President Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of 2022 poll. That was enough to draw an attention from Ronoh Cornelius who gave details about talks of President Uhuru extending his term.
Through his official twitter account, Cornelius stated that President Uhuru doesn't have any plan of extending his term. He also explained that the Head of State promised not to hand over power to a thief when that time comes.
"President Uhuru is not interested in extending term in office. He has also promised not to hand over to a thief. Your imaginary opinion about "pressure from Western" is neither here nor there." Tweeted Ronoh Cornelius.
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