Two powerful Mt Kenya politicians disclosed yesternight that Deputy President William Ruto has a compact base in the mountain compared to this other candidates,speaking in 24tv last night Kandara lawmaker Alice Wahome and Mathira Mp Rigathi Gachagua opined that Dp William Ruto will win majority of votes in 2022,Rigathi claimed that Mt residents have made their decisions perfectly,adding that come 2022 which is just 10 months from now he will still beat all his competitors.
While Alice Wahome lauded Dp William Ruto campaigning tactics which started few years back saying it made Mt Kenya residents to believe in his manifesto,adding that those who are currently visiting the region are wasting there good time,according to the two Dp William Ruto should consider campaigning in some other areas because Mt Kenya is already locked.
Despite of the two claiming Mt Kenya has been swept by Deputy President William Ruto its yet to be determined by what percent,the second in command needs at least 99% of votes in Mt Kenya to be elected as the 5th president.
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