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Mt Kenya plot for 2022 in resource sharing politics


Aug. 01, 2020

Sipping coffee in the cool evening breeze of the Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi on February 24 this year, senior government technocrats, governors, legislators and political strategists from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Mount Kenya backyard had one agenda on their order paper.
They were there to adopt a common list of recommendations to the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) steering committee, which was due to attend a rally at Kinoru Stadium in Meru County. To Mt Kenya power brokers, you either have a region’s political kingpin on the high table of the country’s Executive leadership as currently is, or have the region represented in an expanded Executive. But since it is not assured that the next Head of State will come from President Kenyatta’s backyard, the alternative succession plan would have to do to with cushioning the region economically against uncertainties of the 2022 polls.
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