As 2022 general election draws near, politicians are ensuring no stone is left unturned, as they transverse to various parts of the country seeking for political mandate from their people at the grassroot levels.
Apparently the 2022 general election will be a remarkable turning points of all elections since Indipendence, this will be accompanied by the tectonic wave between the key political bigwigs (Raila Odinga and deputy William Ruto), who are scrambling for the top country's seat.
Apparently their (Ruto and Raila) choices of running mates is still in questions and has been instigating more jitters amongst varied individuals, however the chief strategist Mutahi Ngunyi has publicly cheaped in to shade more light on the possible candidate who may deputize Raila Odinga.
According to Ngunyi, he proclaimed that Martha Karua is at a better position of Deputizing Odinga, however she plays so hard to get, which may possibly give Odinga another alternative of picking on Nakuru governor hon Lee Kinyanjui, who also commands a large number of people both in the Rift Valley and Mountain region.
"...Because Martha Karua is playing hard to get Lee Kinyanjui will be Raila Odinga's deputy..."
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