William Ruto has severally expressed his confidence that the next government will be formed by the country's downtrodden, call them the hustlers. To empower them, he has coined an economic formula dubbed Bottom-Up model.
Contrary to his belief, COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli has kept on reminding Ruto's supporters to forget of ever witnessing Samoei's presidency. According to Atwoli, the self crowned Chief Hustler is but a threat to the country's economic wellbeing.
Between Atwoli and Ruto's predictions whose will score the jackpot? The trade unionist stands a chance. The recent findings by Radio Africa Group has revealed that the second in command will likely win 2022 elections, a fatal revelation.
Though pro-Ruto supporters may make merry and ululate, soon or later anti-Samoei machineries will come rolling to crush him. From those poll results, a message has been sent to opposition leaders; Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Moses Wetangula and Kalonzo Musyoka.
Uhuru Kenyatta has lived calling them to reunite for a coarse but hitherto, they have remained skeptical. With poll results to display, Musalia Mudavadi who is the main target may decide to retreat and back Jakom who was rated second after Samoei.
With a 3.5% rating, MaDvd will throw his gauntlets behind Jakom whose ratings will rise from 14.2% to 17.7% talk of one by one making two. The more Raila's net catches more big fishes, the closer he will get to statehouse. Will this come to pass, a tsunami is sure impending and Ruto won't be spared as Atwoli foretold.
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