Thursday, 29 June 2017
2017 KENYA ELECTION BREAKDOWN
Raila Odinga – Former Prime Minister of Kenya
He has a good chance of winning the Presidential Elections coming up in 2017. The political scene is going to be very tense in the coming months but I urge him to use a more subdued tone in his campaigns. Nairobi, Kiambu and Nakuru had the highest increases in the number of registered voters between 2013 and 2017. The three counties recorded a combined fifth of the 5.2 million new voters nationally. However, the final voters roll retains the more than 1.5 million voters estimated to have died from 2013 to date by a KPMG audit.
The leadership of this beautiful country, Kenya is in Raila’s hands; considering the role his father the Late Jaramongi Oginga Odinga played in the early days of our independence the British colonial masters. Mr. Jaramongi Oginga Odinga let the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta take the reigns of power instead of leading the country himself his son the former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga took the same honourable step by endorsing the former President H.E Mwai Kibaki for the presidential campaign of 2002 which he won.
Whatever the results of the 2017 Presidential elections will be Raila Odinga should urge all his supporters to continue being peaceful. Raila Odinga should continue fighting for the rights of ordinary people he needs to protect the Kenyan democracy. (new Constitution, Multiparty democracy.etc).
I urge the former Prime Minister to consult African elders and Religious leaders on his leadership. I also want to prophesy that Raila Odinga’s family shall be in leadership position from 2030.
H.E Uhuru Kenyatta – The President of the Republic of Kenya
He is the son of the first president Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, from his birth. Mr.Kenyatta has benefited tremendously from the support of older politicians who worked with his father. President Moi initiated him to politics in 2002 ever since he has proven to be a very fast leaner from his time as a minister in Kibaki’s administration to his first four years as the current President of Kenya.
I expect President Uhuru Kenyatta to have a different approach in the coming 2017 general election he is becoming one of the politician who is in touch with the citizens.
As long as the Kenyan presidency is concerned leadership is still going to come from the Kenyatta’s, particularly one of his son shall lead this country from 2030.
My advice is that he be kind to Kenyans and also urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
From left: Nasa co-principals Isaac Ruto, Kalonzo Musyoka, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang'ula at the launch of the coalition's manifesto at Ngong Racecourse in Nairobi on June 27, 2017.
Kalonzo Musyoka – Former Vice President of Kenya
The former Vice President of the republic of Kenya has a chance of assuming the leadership of this country.
According to my Astrological insights the highest office he can assume is that of the being a running mate or the deputy president of this great country and not the Presidency.
The only way he can win the presidency only if he can get support from leaders in other communities which is highly unlikely at the moment. I see him as a good and honest leader something that our country needs. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Ali Hassan Joho – Governor, Mombasa County
He is a young firebrand politician who hails from Raila’s school of politics from his time as a Member of Parliament to him winning the Gubernatorial Race Joho has risen very fast.
According to my Astrological insight Ali Hassan Joho can make a formidable vice president and later president.
The coastal region should give him unwavering support he may turn out to be their savior.
My Astrological insight shows me that he will be in the Kenya politics for a long time. I want to urge Hassan Joho to seek Islamic advice from Sheikhs for his campaign.
Sen.Moses Wetang’ula – Senator for Bungoma
Honorable Wetangula can have a huge political impact in the country if he can join hands with politicians such as Mudavadi in their quest to secure the western vote for CORD.
He has presidential ambitions too but that cannot come easy he will need to work alot harder to build his image as someone who can be trusted by all Kenyans although he is a good God fearing man.
I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Musalia Mudavadi – Former Deputy President of Kenya
Mr. Mudavi shares Presidential ambitions with other politicians but for him the road to State House will need a lot more work a huge support from his political base (Western) which currently he does not have. Also there is the Raila factor for him to get the Nyanza vote he needs to work with leaders form that region. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Gideon Moi – Senator Baringo County
Son of the second president of the republic of Kenya H.E Daniel T. Arap Moi from 2020 he will have a good shot at the Presidency.
He his a very luck man in many way, comes from the Moi’s School of politics whether he can fit in his fathers shoes is another thing.
I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto addresses a special inter-religious prayer service for the people killed and injured in the recent Westgate shopping mall attack in the capital Nairobi, on October 1, 2013. The International Criminal Court on September 27 briefly extended Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto's absence from his trial to allow him to attend a prayer meeting for victims of the Nairobi shopping mall attack. "The sitting will resume on Wednesday, October 2," presiding judge Chile Eboe-Osuji said. AFP PHOTO / SIMON MAINA (Photo credit should read SIMON MAINA/AFP/Getty Images)
William Ruto – Deputy President of Kenya
I had earlier pointed out in my previous predictions that he does not have a good chance of being the commander in chief of this great nation. The reason to this conclusion is that H.E the Deputy president he is betting on support from politicians he is backing now to back him when he runs for presidency in 2022 which is highly unlikely. He is enjoying great support from his political base which is good for him. I urge him to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Charity Ngilu – Minister of Health 2003-2007 and Water and Irrigation 2008-2013.
She has the potential of being the first Woman Deputy President, given that she ran for the top job in 1997 against the then President Moi finishing fourth.
In 2017 she will win the Kitui Gubernatorial race, because when she was the health Minister she brought in a lot of new policies to the docket that have transformed the health industry. I urge her to consult African Elder and Religious leaders.
Ann Waiguru – Former Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning
She is the Former Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning, her eyes are set on the Kirinyaga 2017 Gubernatorial race which according to my Astrological insight is that she has a good chance of winning.
She is has a kind heart and i urge the people of Kirinyaga to consider her.
My Previous Predictions Over 20years
1997 – I predicted that President Moi would be re-elected, which happened.
2002 – I predicted that the opposition Led by H.E Mwai Kibaki.
2007 – I carefully predicted that the election would be followed by chaos.
2013 – I predicted that the election was going to be peaceful.
2017 GENERAL ELECTION PREDICTIONS
The 2017 General Election will be very sensitive but I urge Religious leaders to unite Kenyans of all walks of life.
I also urge all politicians to encourage their supporters to exercise and preach peace in the country, the politicians on the other hand should not make utterances which could spur tension in the country.
The politicians should be on the fore front of uniting Kenyans no matter the results, so that we do not end up with two capital cities.
The Electoral Commission and Security Agencies should do their job in a non partisan since the constitution protects their independence including that of the Judiciary.
All citizens should be peaceful and reject all the politician who want to incite them against each other.
GOD BLESS KENYA: LOVE PEACE UNITY