Mutahi Ngunyi, a political analyst, has now admitted that Deputy President William Ruto is unstoppable.
Mutahi said on Twitter that at this rate, not even President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga can stop the DP from gaining cultic support in Mt. Kenya.
Only NARC Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua, he claims, can end William Ruto's dominance in the vote-rich Mt Kenya region.
Ngunyi presented ODM leader Raila Odinga with an alternative political strategy for defeating his perceived major rival, William Ruto.
Uhuru's tough succession politics have exposed Mt Kenya to political infighting, with the West (Kikuyu nation) attempting to outwit the East (Embu, Meru and Mbeere).
The infighting has allowed all presidential candidates to set up shop in the region, even dividing a region that has traditionally voted as a bloc.
This has resulted in William Ruto successfully raiding Mount Kenya and gaining the support of several key politicians ahead of the 2022 General Election.
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