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Bill seeks to lock Kikuyus, Kalenjins out of Presidency

10 June 2016, 09:38

Nairobi - An ODM MP has drafted a Bill that seeks to block Kikuyus and Kalenjins out of Presidency.

Nominated MP Zuleikha Hassan wants articles 137 and 142 of the Constitution amended in order to provide for rotational Presidency.

This, according to The Star, will lock out communities that have already served in the top office from vying and hence promote regional balance.

Read Also: Governor sacks his aide for seeking to unseat him

If approved, this amendment will prevent President Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto from running in the 2017 and 2022 Presidential elections respectively.

Kenya has been ruled by the Kikuyu and Kalenjin communities since independence.

- News24


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