2022 general elections have attracted many presidential aspirants. At the moment, the race still seems to be tight between the two horses, Deputy Ruto and Mr Odinga.
Deputy Ruto seems to be very tactical in his politics. In Kenya majority are living in poverty and youths suffer due to unemployment. This is what DP Ruto has used to come up with 'bottom-up economy' and 'hustler narrative' slogans. This has made him gain popularity in almost all parts of Kenya.
Defeating Deputy Ruto in the next presidential polls will be a hard task. The only political line-up that can shake Ruto is when the One Kenya Alliance members that is honorable Musalia, Kalonzo, Wetangula and Gideon Moi remain united.
If their unity back Raila together with the support from President Kenyatta, then they are likely to form a new government. But if the OKA team does unit with ODM leader Raila and Kenyatta, then DP Ruto will lead with large votes.
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