According to Professor Peter Kagwanja, Kenya's future president could be Governor Johnson Sakaja. The sixth or seventh president who is not a kikuyu or a kalenjin, according to him, may be Sakaja.
Since then, only two tribes have controlled Kenya. Kenyatta Sr., Late Mwai Kibaki, and Uhuru Kenyatta are kalenjins, as are Daniel Moi and William Ruto. However, Kagwanja contends that he can only achieve this if he performs his duties in the city well.
According to Kagwanja, anyone who can successfully restructure Nairobi and make it function has the power to become Kenya's president. There are numerous issues in Nairobi that have not been resolved by the last two governments. Even Major General Badi and Governor Kidero were unable to resolve some of the pressing problems.
Some of the difficulties affecting the nation include those relating to water, sanitation, and health, as well as traffic congestion.
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