During the burial ceremony of Mama Hannah Mudavadi, the mother to Amani National Congress Leader Musalia Mudavadi, President Uhuru Kenyatta made headlines when he openly proposed that the country should adopt a rotational presidency since his critics labeled him a dynasty.
The debate was so intense that Deputy President William Ruto was forced to reply by claiming that nobody owes him any support towards 2022. However a few weeks ago, Siaya Senator James Orengo revealed that there are plans to endorse Gideon Moi by the state to take over from Uhuru Kenyatta.
The standard newspaper also revealed that there are deep cracks in Uhurus family over who the family should endorse as the next president. Sources revealed that three leaders who included Raila Odinga, Gideon Moi and Musalia Mudavadi.
Be as it may, Uhuru Kenyatta should keep his words and support a different person outside the two communities that have already had a shot at the presidency. As a way to rekindling his legacy, Uhuru should be true to his words by ensuring that come 2022, he supports someone that is visionary and ready to take this country to the next stage.
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