Political analyst Professor Peter Kagwanja has predicted of the next president after Ruto's ten year term as president. According to Kagwanja, the next president might never be Gachagua or Musalia Mudavadi but he is likely to be Johnson Sakaja based on his performance in Nairobi in the next five years.
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Peter Kagwanja Predicts that the president of Kenya William Ruto is grooming young leaders to take over the leadership of the country in future and Sakaja is one of them. The leaders being groomed for top positions will obviously produce the next head of star after Ruto's term.
According to Peter Kagwanja, the issue of William Ruto losing the elections in the 2027 General election is wet dreaming. Kagwanja is confident that William Ruto is unbeatable in future elections and the person he supports stands a better chance to be president.
Peter Kagwanja wants Sakaja to organize himself and start preparing himself on facing his opponents in the 2032 elections. Part of Sakaja's preparations according to Kagwanja is his performance in the position of governor and his possibility of re-election.
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