Political analyst Peter Kagwanja said that Johnson Sakaja of Nairobi will most likely succeed William Ruto as president in 2032. However, everything will hinge on how he succeeds in his role as governor. Political analyst Peter Kagwanja asserts that a leader will emerge if they can get things done for the people. He does not believe, nevertheless, that Johnson will be able to lead the country given how poorly he did as governor. He also thinks that Ruto must serve a second term. Kagwanja thinks that Ruto's political skills will enable him to win reelection in 2027.
President of the Republic of Kenya and leader of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), William Samoei Ruto. He edged over Raila Odinga in the race for the State House at the election that took place in August by a razor's edge. The current head of state is only permitted to run for office for a maximum of one additional term, according the constitution. After that, he intends to retire rather than continue his political career.
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