Professor Peter Kagwanja has said that Governor Sakaja Johnson can might be the next president of the republic of Kenya.
According to him if the Nairobi Governor performs very well he might be the 6th or 7th president of the republic of Kenya.
"Comment was a long view of our political succession, spotlighting the role of Governors and Senators. Out of 7 American Presidents since 1989, 4 have been governors, two as Senatora and only one from business. Missing in this equation is Vice or Deputy President, who often win". He added.
Do you think that Sakaja Johnson can become the 6th president of the republic of Kenya as professor Peter Kagwanja is alleging? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if his Prediction that Sakaja Johnson might be the 6th president of the republic of Kenya will come to pass or not.
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