Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has come up with a way Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua could become the country’s first female President in the 2027 General Elections.
Mutahi, while speaking on a YouTube channel known as The 5th Estate, said that the best way for Karua to become the country’s President is if she forms an alliance with Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga in the much-anticipated 2022 General Elections.
He argued that by doing so, the former Presidential aspirant would form an unbreakable bond and force which would go on to outdo Deputy President William Ruto in the end.
Mutahi argued that due to Raila Odinga’s old age, where he would retire at 82-years of age, his Presidency would be transitional, which would pave the way for the former Kirinyaga County Governor aspirant to take office in 2027.
He maintained that the only thing Martha Karua would need to do would be to seek support from the former Prime Minister and President Uhuru Kenyatta in order to get the country’s top seat and make history as the first female President since the country got independence.
“Martha could inherit Uhuru and a Raila-Karua alliance is a powerful path to this appointed destiny,” he said.
He explained that in 2007, 2013 and 2017 General Elections, ODM leader Raila Odinga had 44% of the votes.
He added that if President Uhuru Kenyatta chooses Martha Karua, she would not lack 6% of vote-rich Mt. Kenya in her bag.
Ngunyi went on to compare Karua’s tough and bold nature to former United Kingdom’s Prime Minister, the late Margaret Thatcher who firm stand on political matters led London to become one of the most powerful financial cities in the world.
The political analyst also gave the other side of things, saying that if Karua was to form an alliance with Deputy President William Ruto, who is seeking to take over after President Uhuru, then the move would signal the start of her downfall.
A few days ago, Mutahi Ngunyi also came up with a way that would see Raila Odinga become the next President without the 2022 General Elections, which involved first passing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).