UHURU is too young to retire, we will give him another term to rule up to 2027, then we can have some else like RUTO - Governor MIKE SONKO insists

Tuesday June 25, 2019 - Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko, has said President Uhuru Kenyatta should not retire as President in 2022 because he is too young.

Speaking in Ruiru Stadium on Sunday, Sonko said that the President should lead the country for another term.

The Governor said should the President offer good leadership in his remaining three years, the team will initiate countrywide tours to drum up support for a referendum that will allow him to continue.

“We will sit with the President and if he supports Wanjiku and offers leadership that will raise the living standards of Wanjiku, we will mobilize the common mwananchi across the country so that we go for a referendum to add the President another term,” the Governor said.

The city boss rebuked Kieleweke and Tanga Tanga factions for concentrating too much on the 2022 succession politics while disrespecting and disregarding Uhuru’s calls to work and deliver to Kenyans.

“Those always thinking about 2022 politics should stop the claptrap and respect the President.”

“We are fully behind Uhuru because he’s very alive and determined to work and improve the lives of Wanjiku,” Sonko said.

He said Team Wanjiku movement will tour every corner of the country to sensitize and save poor Kenyans from being misused by politicians who are just out to satisfy their selfish interests


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