Photo of William Ruto, the Deputy President of Kenya.
It is therefore good news for William Ruto as one of the presidential aspirants in August 2022 polls as a political strategist, analyst, adviser and commentator now alleges that the Deputy President a notable support from the vote rich Mount Kenya region.
According to the Strategist, Mr John Mutheu, the Deputy President is having a backing from a number of political parties in the country and a notable support from central Kenya, remarks that openly shows that William Ruto might lead in the forthcoming general elections.
''The DP is not a lone ranger, he has backing from parties and notable figures in central Kenya.'' Mr John Mutheu said.
Mutheu has further commented on how William Ruto was triumphantly welcomed in Nyandarua county, an incident that Mutheu alleged that would make Ruto win in 2022.
''If the rallies in Nyandarua are anything to go by then he just might win, even though rallies may not be the best measure,'' the political Strategist added.
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