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Former Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko has been out of the Government, but he has never stopped speaking about the 2022 General elections.
Today, Mike Sonko has revealed on how the 2022 Presidential race will be, and who will be the top contenders.
Taking to his official Twitter podcast, Mike Sonko revealed that the Presidential race will be between Raila Odinga and William Ruto, a two horse race.
Sonko wrote: "Sikizeni niwaambie from the little experience I have in politics there's no permanent enemity kwa siasa na since 2022 itakuwa a two horse race between the two R's do you think there's a possibility ya hawa two R's kufanya kazi pamoja?
(Listen to what I have to say about the little experience in politics that there is no permanent enmity. In 2022, the Presidential race will be between two R's, Raila and Ruto, and there is possibility for them to work together.)"
This is a huge revelation from the former legislature which might be true.
What are your thoughts?
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