Kalenjin clerics warn UHURU against clinging onto power in 2022 – You must go home like KIBAKI!!

Thursday January 3,2019 - A section of religious leaders from the Kalenjin community have warned President Uhuru Kenyatta against being misled into remaining in power after completing his two terms in 2022.

The leaders led by father Ambrose Kimutai of Segemik parish, Bomet County, told Uhuru to ignore calls from some quarters to be given a powerful position in Government after 2022.

Kimutai said he should instead retire honorably as constitutionally required.

“We know of influential people in government and even outside keen on having President Uhuru to stay in power after 2022 through a change in constitution by creating a Prime Minister’s post or through a parliamentary system,” Kimutai said.

The cleric pointed out that Uhuru has already left a legacy in the years he has been in power and it will be foolhardy for him to spoil it by going for another position after his term in 2022.

Central Organisation of Trade Union (COTU) Secretary General, Francis Atwoli, is among individuals in the country who have publicly said Uhuru was still young hence he should be given another position as soon as he retires.


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