Raila who is set to be Ruto's biggest rival in 2022, has been accused of not being quick enough to foresee what Mudavadi was planning to do, having failed to lure the ANC leader, towards Azimio la Umoja movement.
However, according to David Murathe, plans were underway which were intended to create a bigger political storm than the one created by Mudavadi and Ruto on Sunday.
According to Murathe, Jubilee led by President Uhuru Kenyatta, would hold a National Delegates meeting at the KICC halls. Raila and his Azimio team would also be hosting their own National Delegates meeting at the Bomas Hotel of Kenya, on the same day.
During both events, Raila would be endorsed as the 2022 flag bearer, for the Presidential seat. Both teams of politicians would later converge at the Nyayo Stadium grounds for a joint event.
During the said event, Murathe revealed that Raila would be unveiled as the 2022 Presidential flag bearer having gotten Uhuru's own endorsement.
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