The tables are now overturning ahead of the 2022 general elections. This is seen as the political big wigs are doing all that they can to make them familiar ahead of 2022. The deputy president and the former prime minister are regarded as the two-horse leading men ahead of the next year's event.
Recently, there have been reports of attempts from the horse-leading men to attract One Kenya Alliance to back up them ahead of 2022. It has been hard to convince the principals since they are also admirers of the top seat in Kenya.
Deputy Wiper party leader, Farah Maalim, has said that the deputy president, William Ruto, will beat the former prime minister, Raila Odinga if the race remains to be a two-horse race. The deputy party leader said that Ruto will win more votes compared to Raila if the directors of O.K.A rule out of the 2022 general elections.
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The deputy party leader has also confirmed that the One Kenya alliance will be there to try and seek the presidency come 2022. Farah Maalim said this during a live interview at TV 47 news.
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