Due to tight timelines the 2022 general elections may be pushed ahead in a bid to implement the the BBI if the referendum goes through. According to the Sunday Standard the election may be delayed as a result of congested political calendar.
The standard newspaper cites that the members of parliament will be dealing with the referendum, demarcation of proposed constituencies and reconstitution of electoral body and all this may delay the 2022 general election which was supposed to take place next year.
The Members Parliament now will be seeking to extend president Uhuru Kenyatta's term as they will be working towards the above events. Most political leaders aligned to the deputy president William Ruto are against this plot to extend the president Uhuru Kenyatta's terms which was ending next year.
Nakuru senator and one of the vocal leaders aligned to the deputy president William Ruto is leading the protest against delaying of next year's general elections. On her post senator Susan Kihika urges people of like mind to gang up against the plan delay the polls next year. The senator vows not to allow any individual to temper with the the president's term limits.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's term is ending next year after successfully serving two consecutive terms as the president of kenya. The kenya constitution the president is supposed to serve two terms each five years.
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