Uhuru Kenyatta has found himself in a tight corner days after publicly declaring to support one of the NASA chief for presidency in 2022 general elections.picture for illustrative purpose
Today, the political analyst and the central Kenya tycoon Mr Jimmy Wanjiki has declared his interest to run for the top seat in 2022 presidential election. This comes barely two days after the president decamped from the ruling party, jubilee.
Here is the statement from the presidential hopeful Jimmy Wanjiki after speaking to The standard;
“This time I shall not be king making. I shall address the rest of your questions at the appropriate juncture,” Wanjigi said in response to a question on his 2022 presidential game plan in an interview with The Standard today.
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This is a huge blow to the son of Jomo since his strategy to have Mt Kenya votes in one basket to deliver to NASA has been disarranged by billionaire Jimmy Wanjiki. The billionaire will now joined the long list of presidential candidates to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022. pictures for illustrative purpose
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