President Uhuru Kenyatta's succession plan in 2022 general elections polls has been revealed, where the president is reportedly very keen to ensure that his Deputy Dr. William Ruto will not get a chance of succeeding him.
According to the Nation, President Kenyatta is plotting to make assumptions to test who among his political figures group, will be capable of defeating DP Ruto in 2022 election polls.
The report further reveals that the President might do that through the political figures which he is propping up. This might see the President leaving some of his current close allies including the ODM leader Raila Odinga.
The handshake partner is likely going to be left behind in the plan, and he could be just kept guessing whether the President might decide to back him for the top seat. Here is the new fresh details by the Nation Newspaper today.
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