President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday, 17th October, said politics bounding his succession should be policy-based.
Speaking at State House, Nairobi, when he hosted the entire leadership of the Senate and the National Assembly, the President reiterated that he is ready to retire in 2022, but on condition.
The Head of State stated that the next Kenyan leader must not interfere with his personal life or that of his family after retirement.
“Irregardless of whether my favourite candidate wins, I will be very happy. But even if he loses, my life will continue and that person who have won will never be able to take me back, will never be able to interfere with my life, will never be able to interfere with my development, will never be able to interfere with my ability to access good school for my children, will never be able to interfere with my businesses, will never be able to Interfere with my land and all these things,” he said.
President Kenyatta also reportedly rallied Parliament behind the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), saying it has solution to many of Kenya’s problems