According to political scientist Peter Wanyande, it's possible that President Uhuru Kenyatta hasn't decided on his preferred successor or the presidential candidate he'll rally behind in 2022. This is despite the fact that all signs point to ODM leader Raila Odinga as the President's chosen one, based on comments from Uhuru's allies, some of whom have worked closely with the former Premier.
Prof Peter Wanyande, a Don at the University of Nairobi, has been one of the people spearheading Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga's 2022 agenda. The Don is one of the great minds that participated in national conversations such as the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
Uhuru's Succession Politics is now on its higher peak as we approach the 2022 General elections. Currently Raila is seen as President Uhuru Kenyatta choice of succession. The two since handshake have worked together leading to even an name to Raila 'defacto Deputy President '. Even during a recent tour to Kibera, it was analysed That Uhuru Kenyatta was indirect endorsing Raila Odinga.
It is very possible that President Uhuru Kenyatta has not settled on his preffered successor and the presidential candidate he will rally behind in 2022 yet, political scientist Peter Wanyande says. This is even as everything points at ODM leader Raila Odinga being the President's anointed one, judging by remarks from Uhuru's allies, some of whom have been working closely with the former Premier.
The deputy president Dr William Ruto speaks at a past political rally. Sources Courtesy Renowned academic and political commentator Professor Peter Wanyande has weighed in on the sustainability of the hustler narrative that is being pushed by the Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies. Speaking in an interview that was aired on the Media Max-owned K24 Television, Professor Wanyande held the view that the narrative would lose its appeal by the end of the year. He argued that as time goes by, the Kenyan
President Uhuru Kenyatta has given all hints that he will not be endorsing his Deputy President William Ruto for the to seat come 2022, despite his previous affirmation of 'Kumi yangu, Kumi Yako.' Earlier this year while attending the burial hegemony of Musalia Mudvadai's mother, the resident claimed that it was probably time for another community part from Kikuyu and Kalenjin to rule the country.
The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, His Excellency William Samoei Ruto's hustler narrative has been served with a hot and harsh message amid his political struggles in the urge of running for the Presidential seat. This comes as His Excellency William Samoei Ruto has been campaigning and selling his 'identity' using the 'hustler' narrative. Through K24Tv, Professor Peter Wanyande,a political analyst has served Dp Ruto's hustler nation narrative unpleasant message as he says,"The hustler nation narrative