When William Ruto was sworn into office,his deputy Rigathi Gachagua stood a better of chance of succeeding him in 2032 as he was close to power.However after the recent naming of his cabinet,that is no longer the case.ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has joined Ruto's succession race and might end up emerging winner.President Ruto appointed him as the chief cabinet minister in charge of overseeing all ministerial activities of the government.His roles are not so different from that of the deputy president hence many are now considering him and Gachagua equal.In official meetings,the two are now even sitting on the same table as Ruto away from the rest.Among the two however,Mudavadi is likely to succeed Ruto as he has much political experience compared to Gachagua.In terms of supporters all over the country,Mudavadi again has the most compared to Gachagua.What Mudavadi will need come 2032 will be Ruto's support to become the sixth Kenyan president.
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