As president Uhuru Kenyatta sucession schemes are ragging on ahead of the long awaited 2022 general elections, top politcal heavyweights are preparing for the position, as they seek for Kenyans support.
Now that the Constitution of Kenya allows a president to sit on office for a maximum of two terms, the incoming president will be moving out of office in 2032, should he win succesive elections.
However, Uasin Gishu county governor Jackson Mandago has took the internet ablaze after declaring that he will be on the ballot come 2032. According to the Nation Reports, Mandago has allegged that their is no need to pray for the impossible, and so he has a lot of time to prepare.
He has however advised the 2022 presidency aspirants to keep it up, asserting that the people of Kenya will decide.
Click here to watch his speech.
Kenyans have however wished him well, with some dismissing his bid. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Twitter;
Jackson; wewe ni namesake lakini enda nyumbani Mzee, presidency si rahisi.
Kipiriri Joseph; all the best Mr Mandago.
Charles; if you want to be president in 2032, be on the ballot in 2022 and 2027 utafute umaarufu, all the best.
Omollo John; you will be president on 2064😂😂 all the best.
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