Kibaki successor must follow his nyayo — MP
Lari MP has said President Kibaki’s successor must follow in his footsteps. David Njuguna said Kibaki's achievements has outshone those of his predecessors even though he has served for a few years. Jomo Kenyatta ruled for 15 years before he died while Daniel Moi was in power for 24 years. Kibaki will complete his term in December after 10 years.
MP Njuguna said the leader who will succeed Kibaki after the elections next March maintain his track record by improving on development plans he is put in place. “I want to congratulate President Kibaki for (helping in) conducting the peaceful referendum (in 2010). He will leave behind legacy for construction of roads, especially the Thika superhighway,” said Njuguna.
"We struggled for a new constitution for 24 years and Kibaki was able to give us the new law. We need somebody who will fit in his shoes and follow suite his footsteps.” Drumming support for Uhuru Kenyatta, the MP said the DPM is the best among those who have declared interest in the presidency. When Moi took over from Kenyatta in 1978, he promised to follow his nyayo - footsteps.