The electioneering year is about the corner, it is a time like this different people from all walks of lives present themselves as the best suitable candidates to lead the nation. Both famous and non famous candidate always battles for the country’s most top and prestigious seat. This year round we have seen both prominent politicians and non famous leaders presenting their bids to be Kenya’s Chief of Defence Forces come 2022.
2022 presidential aspirants
Presidential aspirants includes: Deputy president William Samoei Ruto, Opposition leader Raila Amollo Ondinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonza Musyoka, Mwangi Wa Iria, Kivutha Kibwana, National assembly speaker Justin Muturi, Reuben Kigame, Mukhisa Kityui just but to mention a few.
In the list a former KDF Soldier by name Nixon Kukubo have registered his bid to succeed President Kenyatta. Nixon Kukubo have assured Kenyans of his dedication and high cadre discipline which he acquired from his service at the Kenya Defence Forces.
Kukubo has vowed to defeat both Raila and Ruto and he has dismissed the notion that next year’s elections will be a two horses race. He has challenged the duos to embrace themselves for a bruising battle come next year indicating that it wont be business as usual.
Tumaini Liberation Movement
The 64-year-old, who will be using the Tumaini Liberation Movement as his 2022 political vehicle, exuded confidence that he is the right person to be elected as Kenya’s 5th Head of State.
“I still believe I am the right person to be elected as the President of Kenya. Kenyans need to be liberated from current corrupt political leaders,” he said.
Kukubo, while speaking Icon news, stated that his competitors are currently issuing unrealistic promises meant to falsely win voters.
“Right now, these people are moving around giving promises that they won’t be able to accomplish. They are the same leaders who have failed to deliver to Kenyans,” he added.
The politician cum musician have challenged the old politicians to pave way for fresh minds leaders like him who have personal touch with the Mwananchi and understands their challenges.
The presidential hopeful is set to officially launch his candidature in February next year at the Bomas of Kenya where more than 33,000 people drawn from each county will attend. Each county, we will have 20 representatives