Former united nations conference on trade Dr Mukhisa Kituyi on sunday morning landed back in kenya, Mukhisa who as been working in as the secretary general of UNCTAD resigned on friday declaring that he will be in the 2022 presidency race.
Mukhisa accompanied by huge convey left jkia to eastlands where he attended a Thanksgiving ceremony at makadara friends church.
Speaking in the church he said it no more a rumor that he will be in the 2022 race.He went ahead to ask politicians to avoid hate tribal and divisible politics.He urged netizens to practice unity for a better kenya.
Mukhisa kituyi becomes the latest person to join 2022 race which is expected to be highly conteded. The race which more four candidates have interest.
Kenyans reacted to kituyi's entry sighting that Mudavadi is on fire and should wake up before he is removed as the western kingpin.Mukhisa is expected to start his campaigns earlier next week
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