Deputy President William Ruto senses danger ahead of 2022 election as he allege why OKA and ODM had yet to declare their political stand.
Speaking in Kiambu county, the second in command stated that he was ready to accomplish what his boss ( President Uhuru Kenyatta) would have left in progress. He further urged the residents to mobilise their votes and support the United Democratic Alliance.
Ruto who has been in government for the past 30 years is hopeful of succeeding Uhuru. He has deputized the president for two terms which would come to end on August next year.
However, Ruto has shown sign of discomfort after he plead with OKA and ODM to announce their leader ahead of 2022. Ruto has stated that he need to prepare himself psychologically so as to know how to deal with his rivalry.
This means that his competitors are delaying his political plan something that could affect his presidential bid.
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