As the clock ticks towards the end of his rule, President Kenyatta seems to have a pile of unfinished business from his legacy projects to his successesion, the next 12 months are not just about clearing a second term, but also how he will be remembered.
1. BIG Four Agenda.
Parliamentary budget office says the legacy projects on universal healthcare, affordable housing, food security and manufacturing might not be achieved by the end of his term.
2. National Unity.
His plan to unite the nation through the building bridge initiative suffered a setback week after the court of appeal ruled that it was illegal null and void.
3. 2022 Succession.
The president is fighting to manage his succession by uniting opposition leaders, but the push has remained elusive so far.
4. Mt Kenya Block.
Mr Kenyatta is facing serious challenges in keeping the regions vote block behind him ahead of 2022, with Dp Ruto having made significant inroads in his backyard.
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