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Kenyans Told What Ruto Could be Preparing For After Realizing he Won't be President

According to political scientist Peter Kagwanja, Deputy President William Ruto knew his presidential run on August 9 would be doomed. 

Yet Democrats, at rallies and political rallies, insisted that the victory was theirs and that no one could stand between them and the House of Commons. 

However, commentators claim that the route is a sinking ship and that Kenyan contender Kwanzaa is well aware that he is outmatched by Azimio La Umoja's counterpart Raila Odinga.

For him, the deputy started preparing for the fight another day and is now preparing for 2027 after realizing that 2022 is not his year. 

“Ruto wants to show that he has not lost, so the moment he starts preparing for 2027, he will say his choice has been stolen. He's looking forward to 2027 and is trying to strengthen his base...he'll assemble a team to fight another day because that's going to cause failure," he said of the star. said in the article. 

He believes that's why Ruto claims he has a plan to capture him, and that it's just an excuse to help him in 2027. 

It's also why, for him, Ruto is now lamenting everything, including his so-called Deep State. 

"Ruto panics. When he's not confused, he talks about "deep states" and how to deal with them. Now he has changed and said the 'deep state' will rig the election," he added. 

He argued that Ruto's wrongdoing accusations were baseless because everything was geared toward Raila's victory and there was no way to steal the election that Raila was trying to win.

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