Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has suffered a major blow ahead of next year's polls after it emerged that Deputy President Wiliam Ruto enjoys good support in his Rift Valley backyard and accross the country.
According to the publication, Dp Ruto enjoys massive support never seen before in the history of kenya, starting from the Furthest corner of North Rift in Turkana to the extreme South of Rift Valley- Kajiado, Kenyans are speaking about the second in command.
Reports indicate that less than seven elected leaders in Rift Valley are against Deputy President William Ruto's 2022 presidential bid, something Bomet Governor Hillary Barchok said its both the favour of God and endorsements of Kenyans of different ages.
Additionally, Barchok claimed that Ruto will beat Raila with over 30 counties within the country, claiming that the defections to United Democratic Alliance party from other parties confirms how Ruto is a popular candidate in 2022.
On the same, the governor said that DP Ruto's bottom-up economic model resonates well with kenyans, where he said the model must create jobs for kenyans.
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