Eldas Member of Parliament Dr Ardan Kenyan has revealed his preferred presidential candidate ahead of the 2022 General elections. In an exclusive interview with citizen TV, Kenyans stated that CS Mutahi Kagwe has got all the credentials of being the fifth president of Kenya.
"CS Mutahi Kagwe as an individual has all the credentials of a presidential candidate", Ardan Keynan stated.
Mutahi Kagwe has not yet declared whether he will vie for the Presidential seat. However, there have been speculations that he may go fot the seat.
Photo :Eldas Member of Parliament Ardan Keynan
According to Dennis Itumbi reports, Mutahi Kagwe is reported to have signaled that he would vie for the Presidential seat come 2022 via National Rainbow Coalition Party, the party that helped him win the Nyeri Senatorial race way back in 2013.
It is reported that Kagwe would be endorsed as the National Rainbow Coalition Party soon.
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