As the 2022 strategies by politicians are being put in place, politicians are moving with speed to create 'images' which will attract the electorate to vote for them. Politicians especially those eying the top seat have been sloganeering and assembling their teams which will assist them shape themselves around their slogans.
The deputy president William Ruto has been meeting with some of the members of the president Kibaki era to streamline his economic section of his campaigns. This team which is said to be consisted of several people led by the former Central Bank governor and the former NASA strategist David Ndii.
The former president's son Jimmy Kibaki has welcomed the idea of Ruto working with the team which formerly worked with his father, something which has left people talking. Many are asking whether he liked the idea because it is good or because the team worked with the former government.
People have expressed totally mixed reactions and these are some of the reactions from a section of them;
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