President Uhuru Kenyatta has served Kenya for a period of two terms with only one year left before he exits office to pave way for another leader to take over from him as the fifth president of this nation. This will be made possible by the next general elections that will be conducted on August 2022 where Kenyans will choose their next president.
At his age, it is very unlikely for President Uhuru to retire and then go home without having a plan of what he will engage in to pass his time. This clearly shows that there is a possibility of him going for some jobs that will make him to remain busy and focused on a daily basis. Here are some of the possible jobs the President will do after his retirement.
1.Farming that ranges from cattle keeping and growing of crops. The President has already shown interests of doing these jobs and can easily keep doing them after 2022. He has been known for keeping dairy and other types of animals that produce consumable milk. He also has the chance of practicing farming of crops of different types.
2.Doing businesses that generate income. This is shown by the President's love for banking businesses such as their NCBA bank that is owned by two groups that of President Uhuru included. These are also among the lucrative jobs the President can do once he leaves office.
3.Industrialization and rental jobs. The President has the greatest possibilities of involving himself in these jobs that are highly appreciative in terms of their outputs once they are set up. For him, beginning such activities is an easy thing provided he gets the best labor forces and manages who will work to ensure everything goes as planned.
There is no doubt that President Uhuru will associated himself with some of these jobs because at that time, he will have no headache dealing with issues affecting the country especially at the statehouse. He will be having enough time and energy that will make it possible for him to accomplish some of these jobs.
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