As the politics of the 2022 succession heat up, a bevy of candidates aspiring to follow President Uhuru Kenyatta are actively collecting support ahead of the highly anticipated presidential election in 2022.
Politicians are busy canvassing support for their political goals across the country with less than 38 days till the general election. Contrary to Dp Ruto's pledge, President Kenyatta now fully supports Raila's position.
Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi has expressed his intention to run for president in 2022. The governor indicated that it was time for some communities to lead Kenya rather than the other two. Kenya has been dominated by the Kikuyu and Kalenjin since independence.
The governor also suggested that other communities in Kenya should have the opportunity to demonstrate how to drive. Kiraitu, a follower of Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja organization, stated that the time has come for Mr Odinga to capture power and that he will fight for him in Mt Kenya.
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