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Kibaki Succession: Uhuru Kenyatta

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Published on Dec 11, 2011

Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is on the growing list of men and women eyeing the presidency in next year's general election. A scion of the country's founding father, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, Uhuru has been rated by various opinion pollsters as Prime Minister Raila Odinga's main challenger in the 2012 race to state house. But what does he stand for? What are his chances in the presidential race? And is he a pampered prince, seeking the country's top job from a pedestal of entitlement? Kenyatta answered those questions and many others, and here is this week's edition of "the Kibaki succession: countdown 2012" series with Francis Gachuri.

Comments • 37

bluchocolate123
uhuru tuko pamoja.
Thuraku
It's going to be an uphill task, but he is likely to overcome.Good luck UK, Tuko Pamoja.
Anon
I know he was targeting Raila at 7:10...being surrounded by slums. But then the slums is a sign of poverty in parts of the country you want to lead and using it t settle political scores tells sth about your unfeeling personality. As a candidate you should be addressing the issue instead of using it to attack someone. 
Majosh11
You are right... a dream to continue stealing from Kenyans where your father left off huh?? Kenya is indeed doomed. How about give the IDP's you created "some" of the VAST land your family stole from Kenyans??
Majosh11
I guess if the IDP's camped around your lavish home then you'd give them lavish homes around yours?? Is any Kenyan foolish enough to buy this propaganda? Hope not!
PKdamu
Kumbe tyranny ilianza kitambo lol
PKdamu
Lol! Ilikuwa sato afte, no Kenyan is sober at that time ngeji uanza furahi day mpaka sunday
Evans Cheruiyot
ever since the ICC charged this man I think I'm starting to warm up to him and like him, there might be something in him that can transform kenya and is a threat to colonial powers just like Gaddafi was a threat, I hope he campaigns well and is convincing beyond a reasonable doubt
Laivlee
Uhuru has 2 big hurdles- ICC and being a Kikuyu. The first one i dont know if he has control over- ICC is also a political court and so he might manage to convince the 'bigger powers to let him be. The second tag, that of a Kikuyu president after another Kikuyu is also difficult to beat, since Kales by and large are safer with Rao than kikuyus
SharpshooterKE
@Laivlee Being a Kikuyu? WTF?!
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