The performance of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto's newly formed United Democratic Alliance(UDA) party in the ongoing by-elections in some part of the country can tell how he is likely to perform in the 2022 presidential election which is just a year ahead.
The party has really given Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) and Jubilee Parties a very tough in Rurii Ward, Bonchari and Juja constituencies by-elections, a sign that whoever will go against the deputy president William Ruto in the 2022 presidential race must prepare for a tough race.
Photo; UDA candidate, Rurii Ward by-election
Fielding candidates in all parts of the country in every by-election is also an indication that the party's popularity is also gaining momentum and reaching 2022, UDA might be the most popular party in the country.
Ruto's focus, determination and hard work place him very far much ahead of his opponents. He has also been meeting several professionals to draw a roadmap on how to approach the electorate and possibly win their hearts.
Ruto's bottom-up economics is also a great tool in the struggle for the top seat as the approach has been gaining a lot of attention from a number of Kenyans, hence, by 2022 it shall have attracted a lot of people.
The hustler nation movement by the deputy president is also gaining momentum ahead of the 2022 general elections. This movement has since attracted a number of youth especially the employed putting him at a good position of winning the presidential election.
Ruto's empowerment programs has also assisted a number of youth, businesses, churches and even schools making him to win the heart of a number of people.
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