Political temperature is rising in the country everyday. Few months are remaining to the polls and both Tangatanga and Kieleweke allies are not leaving anything to chances Ahead of 2022. A year that is expected to shape Kenya Political landscape at the ballot. As per now, it is predicted to be a two horse race contest between former prime minister Odinga and Deputy president William Ruto.
President Uhuru Kenyatta who is finishing his final term cannot be ruled out in the succession plans. He has been meeting people from his region and across the country in preparation of his exit. From his latest moves, it is Claimed that he might back orange democratic party leader for the seat. Something that is creating discomfort in Ruto's camp.
Well, according to the report by the standard. President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are planning something that will Finish Deputy president politically come 2022. It is claimed that, president Kenyatta and Raila have ordered small parties to join together in a powerful coalition that will help take presidency with storm. Various party leaders have been approached and as per the reports. Majority of them have agreed to join the team.
With this latest development, it means that, Ruto will have a rough time with his allies, and for him to survive the wave. He should consider moving with speed and capture some allies before all of them are taken by Jubilee and Orange democratic party.
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