Political transfer season is finally here with us, as the clock trickles towards August 09, 2022, presidential hopefuls have started forming teams as they wait for IEBC to ring their bell.
Hitherto, Outgoing Machakos county governor Alfred Mutua, his Mombasa counterpart Hassan Joho, Kakamega boss Wycliffe Oparanya, ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, Mukhisa Kituyi and William Ruto have already registered their willingness to inherit Uhuru Kenyatta's stool.
Of the aforenamed hopefuls, William Ruto's presence in the ring will attract more spectators courtesy of his political ingeniousness. As the battle draws nigh, Chances are; Samoei's shot may hit a target.
To ensure this happens, the man from Sugoi needs an army of influential and seasoned political lieutenants. Since its a 'transfer season' William should 'buy' ODM based striker Wycliffe Oparanya.
Last week Oparanya become an internet sensation after photos of him meeting with William surfaced online. A day later, he was spotted with his boss a feat that sparked an array of theories.
Some opined that Oparanya was an emissary sent to cojoin Raila Odinga with William Ruto in what looked like a coalition in the offing. Wycliffe is among the influential figures in Western Kenya the very region Samoei's has been frequenting to win hearts.
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