As the 2022 general election approaches, political leaders are busy organizing their camps and political parties ahead of the 2022 polls. Several leaders have shown their interest in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta when he finishes his second in office in August next year.
The leaders who have so have declared their candidature publicly are Deputy President William Ruto, Raila Odinga, Jimmy Wanjigi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi, Speaker Justin Muturi, and Gideon Moi.
And as of now, none of the presidential Candidates has revealed his running mate. Picking of running mate could not be easy since a lot of consideration has been made.
And if the ODM leader has to win the presidency in 2022, then the former prime minister has to choose Finance Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani as his running mate. This is because the former Marsabit governor comes from Northern Kenya, a marginalized area.
This will win him all votes from marginalized regions in the country and his presidential bid will be unstoppable.
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