Much has been said about 2022 general elections. Politicians who are close to the deputy president William Samoe Ruto feels that there is a plot by the deep state to postpone next year general elections basing on various factors among them covid-19 that have interfered with Uhuru's regime, Whether Independent and Electoral Commission is ready to manage the elections amongst others.
However,this morning. The former senator Johnston Muthama says the narrative being advanced by some few people on election postponement borders to impunity and self-aggrandizement.He goes on to say that the term limits have been well stipulated in the current constitution. The president is expected to serve for a two five year term and that elections will conducted in August next year.
It less than thirteen months to the elections. Upto now,it is not yet clear on who will emerge the winner with the Building Bridges Initiative debates also dominating the kenyan politics.
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