Kenyan elections is held after every five years. Kenyans will go into the General elections next year to pick their leaders. The presidential seat will be one of the great interest for many. President Uhuru Kenyatta will be concluding his second term in office and he won't be vying.
Deputy President William Ruto has indicated publicly that he will vie in a bid to succeed his boss(Uhuru).
At some point back the International Media from Germany DW indicated that in the Kenyan political sphere, ethnicity plays a big role especially on who wins the presidency. Political kingpins tend to control their communities on who to support.
In my view this could be true. Any presidential aspirant who will get full support from the mentioned tribes, is likely to joyride to State House next year.
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