Here is the man who will replace UHURU as Mt Kenya kingpin in 2022 – RUTO's goose is cooked and eaten!

Saturday January 5, 2019-Gatanga MP, Joseph Nduati, has revealed the man who is supposed to replace President Uhuru Kenyatta as Mt Kenya kingpin once he retires in 2022.

Uhuru, 58, will hang his political boots in 2022 and he will leave a huge political vacuum in the region if he fails to appoint his heir.

 Speaking on Friday, Nduati said the front-runner to succeed Uhuru is Peter Kenneth because “he is not divisive, is level-headed and has experience even for running for president and city governor.”

He said PK is being courted by National Super Alliance (NASA) leader, Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto groups because of his national appeal, adding that for such a role, the candidate needs to stand a good chance to be elected President.

“PK can easily be accepted in the region and nationally. He fits the bill. He has been keeping a low profile because he does not want to be the subject of speculation prematurely. He gives the present top leaders a chance to do their work without distractions,”

“PK is the man for Central Kenya. You know, even in Central Kenya, we are conscious of the fact that Nyeri and Kiambu have produced Presidents, in fact, Kiambu has produced two - Mzee Kenyatta and his son Uhuru Kenyatta. We in Murang’a feel that we need an opportunity to also show our ability for political and economic management. The whole of Mt Kenya is very aware of this dynamic even as talk starts about who will get into Uhuru’s shoes,” Nduati said.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

  1. that's a Ben10 who is only known for fucking old pussies. He can only become the president of HIV bugged pussies.

    ben10 crap.

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