Unbeknown to Kenyans, President Kenyatta endorsed his Deputy William Ruto to succeed him when he heads into retirement in three years time. His close associates reveal that the President is not likely to renegade on his decision, and does not betrayal his friends.
The head of state did this while addressing family and mourners during the burial of Susan Wairumu, mother of Murang’a Women Representative, Sabina Chege. He also publicly announced his intention to retire from active politics when his current term of office formally lapses in 2022.
This is contrary to some people who are pushing the assertion that Uhuru would be the Prime Minister in a parliamentary system set to be proposed in the Building Bridges Initiative, in a handshake deal with opposition leader, Raila Odinga.