Kenyans are eagerly waiting to elect their leaders in the upcoming general election. Many people will be keen on who to elect especially when it comes to the presidential poll. Deputy President William Ruto is among the first aspirant to declare his 2022 presidential bid.
Raila had been keeping secret on his presidential bid. This had made many people to think that he will not vie in the election which is not true. Speaking on Saturday, 21 August, during the burial of former Director of National Aids Control Council Dr Patrick Orege in Bondo Sub- County, Raila revealed that he would face Ruto in the presidential battle.
Raila's declaration has put vest speculation on whether he will be on the presidential ballot or not amid mounting pressure from his allies to give it a fifth stab. It's now clear without any allegations that Raila will vie in the upcoming election.
Raila stated that it was time to stop noise from those people issuing wheelbarrows. This utterances are apparent attack to Ruto's Hustler Narrative.
" They had time to mffake noise, but time has come to face him on the field. They've made a lot of noise issuing wheelbarrows but it's now time to face battle," Raila said.
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