The 2022 presidential elections are just around the corner with several candidates expressing interest in taking over from President Kenyatta when his term comes to an end.
The likes of Deputy President William Ruto and Odm leader Raila Odinga have been viewed as the leading candidates in the race which also includes Anc leader Musalia Mudavadi, Gideon Moi, and Kalonzo Musyoka.
There have been reports that President Uhuru Kenyatta is keen on Musalia Mudavadi to replace him with Gideon Moi as his running mate.
However, this is not the case according to Ruto's Ally Boniface Khalwale. According to the former Kakamega Senator, the President is keen on a Raila - Gideon ticket in 2022. He noted the fact that Raila was the chief guest in Moi's event a few days ago.
According to Khalwale, Uhuru is planning to use the 2022 Presidential Elections to settle personal debts to Raila and the Moi family.
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