"Mnanitumia Vibaya" Ruto's Worst Fears Manifest After Mudavadi, Wetangula Prove A Point
By Mutuoth | self meida writer
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The deputy president is known for his convincing nature and continues to tour different parts of the country selling his policies as he eyes succeeding President Uhuru.
A video of Ruto complaining to the western block about voting and only remember him when they need a person to steer the development agenda and projects in the region.
The second in command worst fears were widely confirmed yesterday as the majority of candidates flopped in the Western region as the Mulembe nation stood together and exhibited their unity as they elected one of their own.
His candidates both in Matungu and Kabuchai constituencies were given a humiliating defeat as Mudavadi and Wetangula proved that they are key to 2022 presidential race.
This is a huge blow to him as he plans to build a strong political base by penetrating rivals regions and divide and get some votes from the competitors region.
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