Top political activist and economist Dr David Ndii has revealed the Powerfull politician from the Mount Kenya region who might deputise the ODM party leader Raila Odinga in the upcoming presidential race in 2022.
According to Ndii, Muhoho Kenyatta, who is President Uhuru Kenyatta's elder brother might become Odinga's running mate in 2022, therefore, giving him the advantage to basket the vote-rich Mount Kenya region. According to the outspoken activist, Muhoho has been a very close friend to the opposition chief hence giving him the advantage to become his running mate.
"Penny finally dropping that there is no honour among thieves, can’t trust any but your own and #cerelaccoalition haiwesmake L to R: running mate, flag bearer, PM-designate, " Ndii tweeted.
David Ndii's sentiments come barely an hour after Muhoho Kenyatta and Gideon Moi visited the opposition chief Raila Odinga at his Karen residence where they held a private meeting. The agenda of the meeting is yet not known but reliable sources claim that the top political figures met to chat a way forward ahead of 2022.
If at all Ndii's statement are true, then William Ruto will have a hard time in the Mount Kenya region because they are well known to vote for their own.
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