President Uhuru Kenyatta is the Kingpin of the Mount Kenya region and the incumbent President of the Republic of Kenya. As he set to leave office next year, President Uhuru Kenyatta is allegedly under pressure over who will replace him.
As the race for the 2022 general election is getting stiffer, President Uhuru has been awakened with this disturbing news from some of his allies. However, Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto have not chosen their running mate ahead of polls
But today, some allies to President Uhuru Kenyatta have requested him to choose Peter Kenneth as the Raila Odinga running mate. According to them, Kenneth Peter has what it takes to be the leader. This is a looming nightmare as Raila Odinga had been given a list of several leaders from Mount Kenya.
His Presidential ambition might face several hurdles as region balancing should play a big role. Some Kenyans have been speculating that Raila and Ruto may end up in a run-off competition.
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