Mutahi Ngunyi speaks on who will succeed president Uhuru in 2022 Presidential election

As the race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta gains momentum, Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has hinted that Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i will be in the 2022 Presidential election ballot.

Mutahi Ngunyi has stated that the 2022 presidential election will end in a run-off between Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, who according to him will be a GEMA supported candidate and a candidate from Western region.

In his statement, the political analyst said that the 2022 presidential race will be based on ethnic vote.

“Instead of pre-election coalitions, “the law of natural selection” will be used to force a run-off. Two candidates will emerge. The first will be a GEMA supported candidate (Fred Matiangi?). The second will be from the Mulembe Nation – all based on ethnic vote,” Ngunyi said.

Ngunyi had also said in a separate post that Matiang’i will become president with Raila being taken care of in the government.

“And by the way, Fred Matiangi will become president, Read History. The evidence has been deposited. And Raila will be taken care of,” he said.

The Super Cabinet Secretary had said that he had been tipped for greatness in the country and requested for full support from his people.

“I am like a little child who is being helped to cross a road. I only need your prayers as God holds my hand to help me cross over. I have been tipped for greatness in the country and I need your full support,” Matiang’i said.

However, Raila’s elder brother Oburu Odinga had stated that they now have the ‘system’ that will enable them win the race to the state house.

“Why haven’t we gone to State House despite winning, this is because there was something we were missing. It is the system. The system is very important and now we are with Uhuru Kenyatta who is holding the system,” Raila’s brother, Oburu Oginga said.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi




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