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Reasons Uhuru Might Not Endorse Raila For The 2022 Presidency

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Ahead of the 2022 general elections the currently serving president of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has a great influence on whom to support come 2022. Kenyans are eagerly waiting to hear from the president whom he will endorse as his successor.

After the handshake between the former prime minister and the president, a close relationship has been established between the two. Speculations have been there claiming that the president might endorse the former prime minister as his successor. This seems to contradict what they had agreed with his deputy president, William Ruto (10 years of Uhuru 10 years of Ruto).

The president might waste his energy, resources, and time trying to endorse Raila at the Mt. Kenya region. According to 'Taifa Leo,' the president 'took away' and sent home Raila during his 2013 and 2017 campaigns.

The president purportedly referred to Raila as a Witchcraft, thief, someone who needs zero developments, and all sorts of other rude words. He urged all Kenyans from the Mt. Kenya region, to ensure Raila is taken home during the 2017 general elections.

Now, Uhuru imposing Raila on Mt. Kenya people might be very hard since he already built a negative mentality about Raila in that region. Although things are changing as we can see Raila receiving a warm welcome from that region. Even if Uhuru endorses Raila, Kenyans have their votes and they are the ones to decide who will be the next president of Kenya.

Who will Uhuru endorse as his successor? Is it William Ruto or Raila Odinga? Remember that the president had a promise to support William Ruto after his 2 terms were over. Share your thoughts and opinions. Remember to share the article with your friends and others.

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