As the 2022 General Election gathers momentum, political leaders and political parties are busy putting their camps in order. Several politicians have expressed their interest to Succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta when he finishes his second term in August next year.
Political hopefuls are busy drawing their ideologies and plans. They also do branding and coming up with a good slogan that will use to sway voters to vote in their favor
And now details have emerged that Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi is more than serious in his quest to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. This after a video emerged of a company producing Caps bearing his name and the tag "PRESIDENT2022".
According to the details which Digital Strategist Denis Itumbi, Jimmy Wanjigi was to run for presidency with KANU chairman Hon Gideon Moi who is a member of One Kenya Alliance.
It is just a matter of time for us to know his running mate and the party he will be using in the next year's much anticipated General Election.
Here is the link to watch the video.
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