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Manyora Warns Ruto of 'Being Comfortable' With The Huge Following, Predicts What Will Happen in 2022

Deputy President William Ruto and his allies in Machakos yesterday/Courtesy

Political commentator Herman Manyora has warned Deputy President William Ruto against getting comfortable with the huge support and the big crowds he has been putting lately during his countrywide political rallies.

According to Manyora, Ruto whose ideals and agenda has resonated well with Kenyans due to the difficult economic times might found himself alone in 2022 when Kenyans will retract to their tribal bases.

Although the University of Nairobi lecturer lauds Ruto for changing the political conversation, he argues that the ordinary Kenyan is not yet over their tribal political sides and what Ruto is pushing might not work in 2022.

"It might be very hard for the Deputy President to maintain the numbers, this is because towards election, Kenyans now realize they are Kambas, Kikuyus, Luos, Luhya, Maa, Kalenjin and so on."

"They forget the things they were following and this will make it hard for the hustler narrative to maintain its wave. Tribe is the only demographic factor in this country during elections. I would be the happiest man to see this change but it will not happen in 2022," posed Manyora.

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