As the 2022 General Election draws near, political leaders who have seen communicated their advantage in Succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta when he completes his second term one year from now are caught up with getting sorted out their camps.
Raila Odinga today invested his energy with individuals of Tharaka Nithi county as he market his Azimio la Umoja as the Deputy President William Ruto who has been in Coast took his base up to Lamu County.
What's more, presently, subtleties have arisen that Kwale Governor Hon Salim Mvurya, who was absent in DP Ruto's gathering in Kwale county met secretly with Ruto later at the night. His deputy Hon Achani was available in all DP Ruto's meetings.Hon Mvurya, who was once Raila's partner desert to the Jubilee party before the 2017 general political race. On one event, Raila had uncovered how it was humiliated by Hon Mvurya's turn.
The second term Governor has been supporting his delegate to succeed him in the Kwale county work in 2022.
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