As 2022 general elections are getting near, president Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to hand over his leadership to another presidential candidate. Uhuru has not yet revealed the person he is going to succeed him but he promised to endorse ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Several leaders have been criticizing him for not making clear statements concerning his succession. Today, UDA Chairman Senetor Johnson Muthama has criticized president Uhuru Kenyatta for not making and laying a better ground for all presidential candidates. According to Senetor Johnson Muthama, president Uhuru Kenyatta has only focused with one person leaving others behind and this is similar to Moi's leadership.
"Uhuru Kenyatta should safeguard his legacy by creating a level ground for all Presidential Aspirants rather than meddling on succession politics. Uhuru is taking same route travelled by Moi in 2002 and he will end up with an egg on his face if he is not careful," tweeted Senetor Johnson Nduya Muthama.
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