Let us have a look at one of the news that hit headlines during the week that has just ended. This is in line with the politics in Kenya.
We are almost getting into the 2022 general elections with only a few months remaining to end this year. Meanwhile, different politicians are out, conducting campaigns in different parts of the country.
The main post that is being looked at is that of the president. There are many presidential aspirants who have same potential in taking this seat. There is the former vice president Kalonzo Musyoka, the current deputy president William Ruto, former prime minister Raila Odinga among many others who are out to grab this highly respected seat.
However, more pressure and competition is existing between two main political leaders. DP Ruto and the Orange Democratic Movement(ODM) party leader Raila seems to be on top of all other aspirants. In fact, one of them is likely to become the next president of Kenya 2022.
Meanwhile, the two have been having much interest in winning the votes from the people of Mount Kenya Region. Therefore, an offer has been given to either of them. According to Mwangi Kiunjuri, anyone who want to take care of Mt Kenya voters must assure them of changing the constitution within a minimum of 100 days from the time he resumes the office.
I think this is the best time the ODM party leader Raila should come in and grab the offer. As we all know, changing the constitution is not a problem to Raila. This is a small task before him.
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