As the race to 2022 general elections gains momentum, DP William Ruto's political exploits have been subjected to due scrutiny by political observers who have intern given some intricate and mind-blowing interpretations regarding the highly-coveted presidential seat that is up for grabs.
To begin with, the deputy president has been on record promising that he will never form any alliance with any political party but will go for the presidency as a lone ranger on UDA party ticket.
Dissecting Ruto's hard stand against coalitions, professor Herman Manyora, a revered political commentator his weekly revelations dubbed "A Matter of Time Analysis" has argued that the DP might have realised that his chances of clinching the presidency in 2022 are very limited.
And for him to remain relevant post 2022 general elections, he is determined to make UDA party, a one strong party that will garner enough elected leaders countrywide so that he will be in control of the legislative houses in terms of quantity so as to frustrate the ruling president.
Manyora has further admitted that the revival of controversial projects such as BBI in Raila's presidency is a must, and for Ruto to continue staging a spirited fight, he must have the necessary numbers in both legislative houses to shoot down any debates and bills that they deem unfit and disadvantageous to UDA.
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