UHURU has surpassed MUSEVENI/ KAGAME as the most influential leader in East and Central Africa - See what has been happening in State House?

Monday February 11, 2019 - Renowned political analyst, Mutahi Ngunyi, has revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta has surpassed his pears to become the most influential leader in East and Central Africa.

Speaking through Youtube channel, The Fifth Estate, Ngunyi used the recent political situation in the region to show how Uhuru has become the most respected and influential leader in the region.

He noted that unlike any other leader in the region, other Presidents respect Uhuru and always come running to him whenever they have a problem in their countries.

"Uhuru went to Arusha by road and on his way back he brought the Burundi Vice President with him.  They addressed the crowd on their way back. This is the first proof of Uhuru’s influence out there.”

"At State House, Vice President of Sudan visited Uhuru with a special message from Al-Bashir, Sudan is falling apart," noted Ngunyi.

He further added that even before the Sudanese Vice President could report to his boss, Zimbabwe sent a military general with a special message for Uhuru that Zimbabwe is bleeding with unrest. 

And before he could fathom all these, there come knocking the newly elected DRC President Felix Tshisekedi.

"On Wednesday, the newly Elected President of DRC visited Uhuru, at face value this was politics as usual,  yet Uhuru was the only Head of State to attend his swearing-in, in Kinshasha, Zaire," opined the analyst.

Ngunyi concluded that Uhuru is taking over the region from Yoweri Museveni and Paul Kagame and asked Kenyans to support him in his endeavor.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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