President Uhuru has continued to keep Kenyans guessing on his succesion with less than a year remaining for his term to end.
Many have as a result been left speculating on who Uhuru prefers as his succesor.
Having fallen out with his Deputy, it is not a secret anymore that Ruto is not part of Uhuru's succesion.
This has consequently left him with the opposition bigwigs.
President Uhuru has now issued fresh demands on his succesion.
As established by the Standard this morning, Uhuru has now instructed the Mount Kenya Foundation to carefully analyze the five opposition bigwigs and report to him on who they prefer.
This explains why the foundation meet with Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga at Safari Park yesterday.
Speaking to the Standard, the Foundation's chairman has revealed that Uhuru called them at state house and asked them to advise him on who should succeed him.
They did not give him a name but told him that he should settle for someone who will not disturb their business.
The foundation will this week on Friday also meet with the One Kenya Alliance bigwigs as they continue vetting on who Uhuru should choose as his succesor.
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