The next Kenyan general election is scheduled to take place on 9 August 2022. Where the voters will elect the President, members of the National Assembly and Senate, county governors and members of the 47 county assemblies.
Meanwhile, the Mt. Kenya politics is currently at an all-time high as leaders devise tactics to give Raila a powerful ally ahead of the 2022 elections. According to the current course of events, it looks like all of the region's powerful men are banding together to provide Raila with a formidable ally. As this occurs, new information emerges that Kibaki's Man, Mr. Muriithi, intends to support Raila's bid. “Raila said Kibaki tosha and we have no reason not to say Raila tosha in 2022,” Mr Muriithi told The Nation.
As this occurs, the Kenyatta family is also directing their efforts toward Raila Odinga, whom they wish to help as he competes in the 2022 election. Muhoha, President Uhuru's brother, has always kept close ties with Raila in order to provide him with maximum backing in most of his activities.
Unfortunately, fresh details reveal that DP Ruto should expect the worst from Mt. Kenya as revealed by Maina Kamanda. He openly said that there are plans to kick him out of the region and leave him with very few supporters.
Meanwhile, it is the duty of all Kenyans to exercise their democracy through voting and being loyal to the government. Here are some requirements for a one to be the declared president of the republic of Kenya.
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