The political climate is growing hotter and hotter as we move on to 2022. The rivalry is becoming stiff and predicting on who will become Kenya's next president is growing difficult to know day by day. Alliances and several parties are rising and even the people who are never expected at the ballot come 2022 are seen high and confident. The battle is between Raila Odinga, William Ruto, Stephen Kalonzo, Muslim Mudavadi, Moses Weta Wetangula and Gideon Moi.
Kenyans are worried how the future of the country will especially with the joining hands of Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and the current president Uhuru Kenyatta. They came together take down their rival William Ruto.
No sources have revealed that Raila Odinga is making his way to the presidential seat by having several handshakes but that is what is seen going on. He has however assured Kenyans that this time he will have his way in and this was seen after the handshake that separated the famous 'uhuruto'.
On the race also include Alfred Mutua, Wycliff Oparanya, William Kabogo, Ekuru Aukot, Cyrus Jirongo and Joseph Nyaga. Kenyans still remain asking who among the above will carry the cake home. As a reader, what do you think? Who will succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta?
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