As the 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum, various leaders who wish to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta have been busy reorganizing themselves ahead of the bruising 2022 presidential elections. They have been forming formidable alliances to strengthen their political bases also.
Former Cabinet Minister Franklin Bett has weighted Dp Ruto might be able to win presidency in 2022.According to Bett, the second in command might fail to clinch the seat because of the people he associates himself with. He added that Ruto should work with regional kingpins who are well known, as his opponents are creating formations using recognized regional leaders to strengthen their political bases.
Bett, who hails from Kericho also claimed that Ruto's dinning with those mentioned in cases might cause a problem for the second in command. He also added that the coast region might be easily penetrated by Ruto, if he has the support of either Kingi or Hassan Joho.
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