Former Minister Shows Might As He Prepares To Launch His Presidential Bid To Succeed Uhuru
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 3885 views
Since he announced that he's vying for the presidency in 2022, former Trade minister and Kimilili Mp Dr Mukhisa Kituyi has elicited mixed reactions in the country.
The learned man has been seen as a safe option for president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga to takeover in 2022 in case the former prime minister doesn't run for the top seat.
His entrance into this hotly contested race will throw Musalia Mudavadi's chances into limbo since both of them hail from Western Kenya. Musalia has been trying to unify the western people to vote in one direction but Mukhisa's entry into the statehouse race will complicate matters for the ANC leader.
Word is that Dr Mukhisa Kituyi will launch his Presidential bid on Sunday, his convoy that has been spotted along Mombasa road will surely raise eyebrows.
"Could Mukhisa Kituyi be the new hope for the Luhya nation? His convoy headed to JKIA. There will be traffic jam. Halloo!"
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