The perceived two horses in Uhuru's succession war, planned for August 9, 2022, are Kenya Kwanza Alliance Presidential aspirant WilliamRuto and Azimio - One Kenya flag bearer Raila Odinga, noted for his Lero ni Lero campaign song.
Deputy President William Ruto has set up camp, particularly in President Uhuru Kenyatta's rural strongholds, persuading voters to reject Raila's administration and support Kenya Kwanza's delectable basket of bottom-up manifestos.
Raila, on the other hand, has launched on a vote-gathering campaign, attempting to derail Ruto's popularity in Mt Kenya's vote-rich region by appointing Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua as his key aide for the August presidential deal.
However, it has emerged that DP Ruto's Kenya Kwanza faction might be cohabiting Azimio - One Kenya 'mole ' following the latest shocking incident where Tangatanga ardent legislator set his phone ringtone with Azimio's popular Lero Lero ni Lero song.
Photo courtesy: The Star
"A staunch Deputy President William Ruto allied MP this week shocked his colleagues and journalists during a press conference at parliament buildings. In the middle ofthe live press briefing, the UDA legislator's phone started ringing with Azimio leader Raila Odinga's campaign Lero Lero ni Lero theme song ringtone" Star reported.
This comes as a result of concerns and whispers from Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) camp that Azimio - One Kenya moles are leaking key material to opponents, potentially endangering Ruto's state house quest in the August race.
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