The 2022 politics season is currently underway woth less than a year for the political players to campaign and align their for the general elections.
All eyes are set on the succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta and those wishing to take over are all hoping for President Uhuru's endorsement for the top seat.
ODM party leader Raila Odinga seems to have the competitive advantage against his closest rival DP Ruto as the President has previously indicated to be rooting for his Presidncey insteady of supporting his deputy whom they campagined togther.
However, UDA chairman Muthama has urged the head of state to avoid passive politics of supporting one candidate but instead make the ground level for all players who want to succeed him .
He has advised the President to keep off succession politics and let those involved play a fair game and this way he will write his legacy and will be remembered for it and should avoid making the same mistake the Late President Moi did in 2002.
"Uhuru Kenyatta should safeguard his legacy by creating a level ground for all Presidential Aspirants rather than meddling on succession politics. Uhuru is taking same route travelled by Moi in 2002 and he will end up with an egg on his face if he is not careful. " Former Machakos Senator, Jonhstone Muthama.
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