In a not so detailed attack through a post on official social online media account, Nick reminded President Kenyatta that he really needed his dad to defeate the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) pioneer, Raila Odinga, in the 2013 and 2017 elections.
Nick contended that President Kenyatta couldn’t have defeated the five National Super Alliance (NASA) principals if his dad didn’t effectively lobby for himself and hold his own presidential ambitions in the two elections.
The DP’s son proceeded to communicate his disappointment in the President, who is currently seen to lean toward Raila Odinga as his replacement in the 2022 polls.
He further accused the president of effectively mobilizing six principals to help Raila to go head to head with DP Ruto in the 2022 polls despite having vowed to back the second in command aspirations.
The DP’s child in his Saturday, November 6, post insisted that his dad will in any case arise successful when the nation goes to the polls on August 9, 2022.
“He needed one man to beat five principals. But today, he is desperately organizing six principals to defeat the same one-man B,” the lawyer stated.
“This one-man will mercilessly beat them on the ballot. Some struggles are too hard.”
His opinions on President Kenyatta mobilizing NASA wannabes to help Raila come in the midst of disclosures by One Kenya Alliance (OKA) pioneers that they were being forced into supporting former Prime Minister’s presidential bid.
Talking in Githurai on Sunday, October 31, 2021, the principals, however, made it clear that they will not be coerced into backing anyone for the Head of State job.
They further claimed that they are planning to disclose their flagbearer for the top seat in two months’ time. In his address, Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, unveiled that Kenyans have the power to pick the leaders they needed.
Other political pioneers have requested President Kenyatta to stay away from 2022 succession politics in the country.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria blamed the President for attempting to force Raila on people, expressing that it won’t work.
“Some things can never be, for example, trying to make Raila President. Impossible work! You are better off crushing stones in a quarry,” Kuria stated.
He further asked President Kenyatta to allow Kenyans to choose their next president without compulsion. Kuria expressed that the much the President could offer the nation as he leaves his office was his blessings and a peaceful elections