The presidential race is becoming tough and tougher as we approach the next general elections. Leaders are mushrooming day after day as they launch their presidential ambitions, latest to launch is pastor Ruben Kigame.
Things are getting too nasty in the following leader's camp. Wanjigi, Muturi, Musalia, and others have been dealt a big blow by a city lawyer who is a close ally to Raila Odinga. The city lawyer has disclosed that Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto are the only leaders who can cling to the presidential seat.
The lawyer has alleged that the two dual leaders have all the support across the nation. Their names are within Kenyans mouths as their next president of Kenya.
Kipkorir has requested them to accept any position they will be given by Raila and Ruto. Meanwhile, the tussle between Ruto and Raila continues to escalate following the latest attacks between the two leaders. Is he predicting what awaits the other presidential candidates?
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