Over time, the political dynamics in the country have changed and more youthful politicians are getting into the scene.
Here are a number of young politicians deliver an unstoppable movement in 2022.
1. Stephen Sang
The Nandi Governor is the record holder for the youngest senator ever and governor in the country's history.
His experience in the two positions makes the 33-year old more suited for the presidency.
He also represents the rift valley
2. Mohamed Ali
The former journalist and current Nyali MP is known by many as one who is truthful and does not tolerate corruption.
He represents the coast region and can pull a youthful following from the area.
3. Mutula Kilonzo Jr.
The Senate minority whip and Makueni Senator has been a revelation since the unfortunate demise of his father.
He will represent the Kamba region and would be a threat to the veterans in the game.
4. Mercy Gakuya Wanjiku
Mercy is the Kasarani Member of Parliament.
She is among the youngest Members of Parliament.
5. Ababu Namwamba
The former Budalangi legislator and current cabinet administrative secretary for foreign affairs is known for his excellent work ethic.
He will represent the western region.
6. Boniface Mwangi
Although he unsuccessfully contested for Starehe MP seat, Mwangi is known to have the interests of common mwananchi at heart.
Given a position similar to what CS Matiang'i has now, he can serve to ensure citizens benefit.
Since his time as a student leader at the University of Nairobi, the Embakasi East MP has never been shy to go an extra mile to ensure whoever he is serving gets the quality services possible.
8. Johnson Sakaja
The young senator has never been got on scandals and has been committed to his work.
He represents the Nairobi region.
9. Sophia Abdi Noor
She is not very young but she stunned Kenyans by being the first elected female MP from the North Eastern region.
She brings the female blood and represents the North Eastern region.
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