Hon Nick Salat, the suspended secretary general of the Kenya African National Union (KANU), has predicted the victor of the 2027 presidential election struggle.
Salat, who has been suspended by the independence party KANU on allegations of misconduct, stated earlier today in Bomet county that President William Ruto will be re-elected in 2027.
He also requested the president to let him back into his political camp, ostensibly as a declaration to join the Kenya Kwanza alliance. He claims that Ruto's warm reception in the Luo Nyanza region compelled him to join the president's political tent.
“I know you (President William Ruto) will be President for 10 years. I saw the great reception that you were accorded in Luo Nyanza region and I cannot be left behind. Wherever you are, I will be. I have suffered too long, please accept me back," pleaded Salat.
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