Barrack Obama joins Kenya’s succession politics and announces his 2022 ambitions.

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Former US President Barrack Obama and Kenyas Uhuru Kenyatta[Photos/Courtesy].

“I’m a bit disgusted with American politics recently while seeing Kenya struggle. I realized I needed to do something to help my Homeland.” said Obama.

Former USA President Barrack Obama has announced his intentions to replace President Uhuru Kenyatta who is serving his last term.

According to Opera News, it is a reality that Mr. Barack Obama will be contesting for presidency in Kenya 2022.

In a surprise announcement that could upset African politics for years to come, Obama has confirmed this morning Wedn Jan 15th his candidacy in the 2021 Kenyan presidential campaign.

Mr. Obama drew an almost ecstatic roar from the crowd when he made the announcement that he was returning to politics.

If his sentiments were made to   challenge world’s leadership to embrace straightforward leadership or was just joking remains just a guesswork to many.

“I’m a bit disgusted with American politics recently while seeing Kenya struggle. I realized I needed to do something to help my Homeland.” said Obama.

The former U.S. most powerful man now believes he can turn around Kenyan economy the way he did with US during his tenure.

“I was able to solve the U.S.’ worse economic crisis in its history and put it on the right track until they elected a narcissistic reality Tv star. I can certainly help Kenya.”

Mr. Obama announced that he was launching his own political party, the National Democratic Party of Kenya (NDP) and confirmed he was considering negotiations with existing parties to form a coalition.

Kenya is still dogged by social instability, poverty issues, government corruption, and an important water crisis even if it has recentlyrealized a few years of economic growth.

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Although its economy enjoys the leading position in Eastern and Central Africa, 39.9% of its population lives below the poverty line, according to the Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative.

Several experts believe the former American President’s chances of getting elected are extremely good.

The next Presidential election in Kenya is set for October 2021 and candidates have until April 2021 to confirm their candidacy.

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