This is after he shared the message that both learned teachers, one of law at the Wild ox College and the other lead representative appeared to concur that the republic of Kenya isn't prepared for the quick moving toward 2022 general races. These are Lead representative Kivutha Kibwana and Makau Mutua.
As per the two protected teachers, the victor take everything isn't yet settled and consequently the country will probably see a rehash of the 2007 post races viciousness general decisions result in case individuals are not cautious.
As indicated by the other teacher, the autonomous Discretionary and Limits Commission IEBC under the authority of Wafula Chebukati isn't yet prepared for the races and henceforth individuals need to think basically prior to going into the following general races.
" Today, @makaumutua and @governorkibwana have said weren' t prepared for the 2022 races. One contended the case for champ bring home all the glory and why the 2022 washout probably won't acknowledge rout while another said IEBC isn't prepared for the surveys. Kenya' s neck is in the noose. Let' s think basically. "
This comes when the political temperatures in the country right now have effectively ascended with a few kenyans watching out on how the country is setting themselves up for the 2022 general races that is quite possibly the most expected surveys.
As per a few chiefs among them the vocal questionable Secretary General of COTU Mr Francis Atwoli, Kenyans should end the overall decisions to a later date until the nation is prepared to address the issue of the races in the country that is at present upsetting to such an extent.
Another legitimate perspective that a large portion of them have contended that will influence the country is the dubious Structure Extensions Drive Established correction charge report with some of them contending that the Structure Scaffolds Drive report should be executed first so races can be hung on a later date.
Nonetheless, on the rational note, His Excellency the agent Leader of the republic of Kenya Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto and his partners have stood firm that the overall decisions can't be deferred and this is on the grounds that Kenya is a majority rule country.