Bosire has indirectly predicted that it is their team that will win in both 2022 and the plebiscite, stating that the outcome of the 2022 contest will be determined by the outcome of the referendum, which they will win.
He told The Star that they will win the referendum by a landslide, after which the fate of the 2022 contest will have been decided ahead of time.
“The political fight will be after the BBI referendum. It will have massive impact and significance bearing on the 2022 elections. After the referendum, which will be won by landslide,the 2022 battle will have been shaped," he is quoted.
This comes as a terrible prediction for Deputy President William Ruto, whose presidential candidature in the awaited polls appears to be under attack from Raila, Uhuru and their allies.
Ruto has also refused to join the BBI bandwagon, on grounds that it is not the right time for the suggested amendments with some of his allies openly fighting the changes despite being led by their party boss.
Uhuru and Raila have also managed to rally majority of the nation's biggest political figures to their side, leaving Ruto, who claims to have the backing of God and the ordinary Kenyan, all alone.
On Thursday, for instance, they lined up as powerful battalion of their new BBI allies, an indication that Ruto might have to singlehandedly beat 7 top leaders if he is to tilt the outcome of the referendum.
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