Tuesday May 14, 2019 - Nakuru West Member of Parliament, Samuel Arama, has asked Deputy President William Ruto and his colleagues in Tanga Tanga movement not to dwell much on 2022 succession politics. 

Arama warned Ruto on Sunday that Kenyans are getting tired of the 2022 politics and might choose to abandon him if he will not stop bothering them with politics.

He challenged politicians to instead concentrate on service delivery to the people, saying 2022 will come and go.

At the same time, the vocal legislator from Nyamira urged leaders from the Gusii community to distance themselves from talking about 2022 succession politics and focus on serving the electorates. 

"2022 General Election is too far.”

“I don't see the reason why politicians should talk about 2022 succession yet we there are development projects which are stalling.”

“We need first to deliver before talking about 2022," he noted. 

Arama maintained that leaders are chosen from God and therefore leaders need not bother about who will become President in 2022.”

"My appeal to Gusii leaders is that we need to prioritize development for the sake of eradicating poverty from the society and boost the living standards of our people," he stated. 


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