Ever since the Corona Virus pandemic hit us, there has been political uncertainty. Many political activities have been put on hold or scaled down. Starting with BBI initiative which was been hit hard and eventually its mass campaigns stopped. However this has been a sweet outcome to the opponents of BBI who were glad Reggae was stopped.
However, with the 2022 elections nearing, and campaigns taking root, it is believed that the government wants to delay the elections deliberately to disadvantage some political divide. This has been voiced by Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen who thinks the government might use the pandemic to prolong the sitting government time in office. On his twitter handle he says the government might be planning not to vaccinate Kenyans in order to let an explosion of the COVID 19 in 2022 and use it as an excuse to postpone the election.
Many hold the same believe. A section of twitter users believe those propagating the idea that Uhuru Kenyatta is too young to retire will use fake Covid 19 figures to extend his term in office. Kenyans have witnessed several lockdowns in several county and as such is no surprise that the government might use the same card to delay elections indefinately.
No one really knows what the government plans. Many are hopeful that come 2022 there will be a peaceful elections and a different government to easy the economic upheaval they are facing.
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