Political Analyst Edward Waswa Kisiang'ani has sparkled a mixed reaction online after claiming that form president Uhuru Kenyatta's nation address one can deduce his position on his preferred successor comes 2022. He however poses a question to kenyans on whether they will play the ball but quickly claims that it's time that will tell. However, according to the experienced analyst he believes that the hustlers movement is very strong that it can't be shaken by any decisions by anyone including the deep state. Kisiang'ani has been a very serious critic of deep state and those opposed to the hustlers chief DP William Ruto.
In Kenyatta's address he highly criticized the Judiciary for frustrating his efforts to United the country through BBI. He claimed that the court denied Kenyan an opportunity to change the constitution in order to improve their current status.
He however alleged that the economy of the country has grown on a positive trend with Kenya being sixth from 12 previously in Africa.
However, Kisiang'ani felt that one would tell that the position of president Uhuru Kenyatta in regard to his preferred successor comes 2022 was well witnessed and but assured him that the hustlers movement will shock them
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