The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has set the official elections date to be on 9th August 2021. This means that the current regime is expected to hand over power to the next set of elected leaders. Politicians have been up and down trying to solidify their support base. This is in a bid to ensure that they are re elected. However, Fresh details have emmerged about the retirement of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
It has now been established that president Uhuru will not retire from politics after 2022. Nyeri town mp, Kimani Ngunjiri, has revealed this on live television. While talking to ktn news, the vocal mp revealed that the president will still be the Jubilee party leader after 2022.
"As a party we have enjoyed the good leadership of his excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta. We don't want him to go away because there is a lot he can do for our party. We are planning to retain him as the Jubilee party leader even after 2022. This will help us strengthen our party." The vocal Mt Kenya mp told ktn news. You can click the link below to watch the video.
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