As Kenyans continue to raise their eyebrows at the current administration being led by the Kenya Kwanza party, reactions have also emerged immediately after William Ruto, the current 5th President picked up his cabinet secretaries. Many have reacted positively and some negatively.
Discussing who could be the 6th President of this republic, Famous Mt Kenya Ally professor peter Kagwanja, having studied the country's politics for a long time has hinted that Nairobi county governor Honourable Johnson Sakaja might one day be the head of state.
Kagwanja has described Sakaja as a person who is very bright and has what it takes to one day lead the country.
"If governor Sakaja does his work well, he might be the 6th or 7th president of the republic of Kenya who is not a Kikuyu or Kalenjin tribe. He has everything on his hands. However, what makes Nairobi great is likely to be a National leader" Peter said.
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