Election officials declared Mr. Kibaki the winner as ballots were still being tabulated. Without releasing complete results, they said the margin was so great that none of his four rivals stood a chance. Independent election watchers gave Mr. Kibaki 63 percent of the vote, compared with 20 percent for Mr. Kenyatta, the second-place finisher. Since then the name of Moi had greatly diminished till recently when his son Gideon has revived talks of a “Moi” being President.
There is no doubt about the monstrous political clout that the representative president employs in the locale. Since 2017, however, a progression of political occasions have had analysts argue on the likelihood of a duel between the DP and another political boss, Gideon Moi. Since 2017 the son of retired president Daniel Moi has been ……Subscribe to Readmore………