Twitter on tuesday morning woke up to the WanjigiForPresident hashtag with most influencers blowing the business man's trumpet loud. This follows an interview Wanjigi had with KTN where he declared his interest in the presidential race in 2022 that had since been of interest to different politicians including the deputy president.
Mr Wanjigi has been a political strategist formerly in the NASA camp in 2017 elections and also credited to the assumption of power by the current president.
Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi has joined the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in the 2022 General Election. The presidential race after his announcement is now crowded with names such as Ruto, Raila, Kalonzo Musyoka, Mukhisa Kituyi and Gideo Moi in the aspirants list.
"This time I shall not be king making. I shall address the rest of your questions at the appropriate juncture,” Wanjigi said earlier this month in an interview with the Standard.
Now the supremacy battle in Mount Kenya region is in question with this entry. There are beautyfull photos and posters already on social media drumming up support for Wanjigi.
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