Kenyatta II has time and again expressed his confidence that a united opposition will thwart Ruto's course and to actualize this grand scheme, Uhuru has lived calling ex-Nasa principals to join arms and raise a behemoth political machine to counter Ruto's ever-growing influence.
Unfortunately, Uhuru's clarion calls have fallen on deaf eyes with Amani National Congress (ANC) expected to make a political move which he believes will change the course of 2022 succession politics.
Speaking in Nyamira county on Sunday, Musalia Mudavadi revealed that ANC will make it's grand declaration on January 23 concerning 2022 polls. Hitherto, there are two probables; he will either back Ruto or stay true to his presidential course.
Should the former be the case, then Raila's political goose will be cooked and served whilst hot. Statistically, MaDvd is believed to have over 11.59% of Kenyan votes according to Moses Kuria's projections released months ago.
With Ruto's standing at 40.97%, chances of the self-declared chief hustler occupying the house on the hill top with Mudavadi's support are both practical and probable.
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