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'He Might be the 6th President' - Expert Speaks on Heavyweight Who Can Succeed Ruto

Professor Peter Kagwanja, a political analyst, disagrees with Ruto's close associates that he will govern for ten years and then hand over power to his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua. Close friends of Ruto say that he will be in charge for ten years and then give power to Rigathi Gachagua.

According to the expert, the political climate of Kenya resembles that of the United States, where senators and governors elect presidents. As a result, many analysts believe Nairobi's governor is destined to become Kenya's sixth president.

The analyst, Kagwanja, is certain that the current governor of Nairobi, Johnson Arthur Sakaja, might become Kenya's sixth president based on the manner in which he is addressing the difficulties affecting the capital city.

"He is a man to watch based on what he is doing to combat the Nairobi epidemic, particularly in the water and waste disposal sectors," said Kagwanja.

"If Sakaja performs his duties successfully, he could become Kenya's sixth or seventh non-Kikuyu or Kalenjin president. "Whoever works in Nairobi is probably a national leader," he remarked.

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