Deputy President William Ruto is one of the top politicians in the country. In fact, Ruto is among the favourites to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022. That is because he declared his interest in the presidential seat a long time ago and he has been campaigning seriously from that time.
Although his campaigns mostly through church fundraising and hustler nation have been giving him popularity in the country, some people still feel that it was a wrong decision to take. Those people include a powerful legislator known as Makali Mulu. Makali Mulu.
Today, Makali Mulu gave DP William Ruto a shocker after he alleged a reason as to why the Deputy President won't be President in 2022. While speaking to TV47 Kenya, the law maker alleged that Ruto won't be President in 2022 general election because he started his presidential campaign too early. He went on to say that Ruto would have had a better chance of becoming the President if he would have just remained the principal assistant to the President.
"I think the deputy president started the journey to becoming president too early. If he just remained the principal assistant to the president he'd have a better chance of becoming president." Said Makali Mulu.
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