The country's present politics is revolving around Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto and Raila Odinga. As the former looks forward to hang his political boots, Ruto and Odinga are ploying to occupy that he presently occupies.
According to pollsters, Ruto stands a chance but tables may soon turn thanks to the projected political alignments. Pundits are of a strong conviction that Agwambo's bid will actualize provided he makes calculated moves among them winning hearts in Mt Kenya region.
Recent ratings done by Radio Africa Group has shown that William has over 56% support in battled Mt Kenya region with Raila standing at 11%. Speaking after a Sunday mass, Kieni MP Kanini Kega affirmed that indeed Ruto is popular in the region but with time, the mist will dissipate.
In his defense, Kega said Raila's poor score is but a result of fear portrayed by Kieleweke brigade which is hesitant to support Jakom albeit of Kenyatta II asking them to. Assuming Kanini's apocalyptic message comes to pass and tables turn, that will verily mark the end of Ruto's once promising career.
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