Since Covid-19 pandemic hit the country, there have been talks of postponing the elections with the constitutional reforms through the Building Bridges Initiative being another thing that has threatened the elections.
The reason towards this postponement is stated to being that the country wants to up the fight against the deadly corona virus.
However, former senate majority leader has come out questioning the intentions of this decision which he terms to be unfavourable.
Taking to his Twitter, Elgeyo Marakwet County Senator wrote: "What if they are planning not to vaccinate Kenyans to ensure that next year we have a serious explosion of COVID19 Pandemic to make a case for the postponement of elections?"
There have been worried that there are some people who are trying to block Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 ambitions, but those claims have no evidence.
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