Political Expert Herman Manyora has argued that the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi has a soft spot for both Deputy President William Ruto and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, and hence can accept the running ate offer from both of them, and lead to a win in the respective side.
Although Muturi has affirmed his presidential bid, Manyora alleges that he can make a good running mate, and represent the Mount Kenya region in a good way if offered the deputy president post.
"Muturi is more likely for both Ruto and Raila. He can easily join either camps," posed Manyora.
The University of Nairobi Lecturer added that businessman Jimmy Wanjigi can also make a good deputy, but alleged that he is not serious about his presidential bid, and it is likely that he is bracing himself to be Raila's deputy.
Other leader who are allegedly eyeing to be Raila's DP are CS Mutahi Kagwe and CS Peter Munya.
For Ruto's bid are MPs Moses Kuria, Rigathi Gachagua, former CS Mwangi Kiunjuri, Governor Anne Waiguru among others.
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