Usain Gishu county Governor Jackson Mandago has come out to reveal his thoughts of the fifth president of Kenya. Mandago who is a staunch member of Jubilee has outrageously claimed how politicians will start behaving when the electioneering period draws closer.
Jackson Mandago's sentiments of the next president has sparked a series of questions ahead of the 2022 general elections as people gave their in-depth suggestions on who could replace President Uhuru Kenyatta come 2022. However, there is no concrete evidence to predict the next president of Kenya, however, there are several politicians who have emerged to disclose their interest for the top seat in 2022.
Among those contending for presidency next year include ODM party leader Raila Odinga, UDA party leader William Ruto and one of OKA principals. Despite several interests by a section of Kenyan politicans to support their favourites, Uasin Gishu governor seems to have touched on the most sensitive topic as the elections draw near.
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