Deputy President Dr William Ruto allies in a past meeting at his official residence in Karen Nairobi. (Photo courtesy).
Political analyst Dismas Mokua, has revealed out two main political propagandas which Deputy President Dr William Ruto's allies are currently relying on ahead of 2022 general elections, which is not a proven reality because there's no evidence about it.
Speaking on an interview with KTN news television, Mokua said that Deputy President Dr William Ruto's allies are selling out a propaganda that he is the one who should be the next president after President Uhuru Kenyatta and no one else, which is a total lie because there's no law or nowhere indicated that he shall be the next president hence blocking anyone else interested for that seat.
He also added that the Deputy President's allies are selling out a propaganda that his party United Democratic Alliance (UDA), and himself have made inroads into Mt Kenya region upto to 90 percent claiming that experts have revealed which is a total fallacy. There's no research evidence to show that he has a support base of 90 percent in the President's backyard.
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