They all in several occasions hinted of working together, with reservations from Kalonzo and Mudavadi that Raila will deputize or support any of them.
With the trio being in the political space for year's now, the 2022 presidential race is a do or die to them as each seeks to have a taste of the house on the hill.
According to Political Analyst Javas Bigambo, Raila, Kalonzo and Mudavadi who would be 82 years, 73 years and 66 years respectively in 2027, they do not have any new strategies that will woo voters to support them.
Speaking with the Standard yesterday, Bigambo stated that the leaders will have a long field day in 2022 against Deputy President William Ruto, who has come up with a new slogans, he has been taping fresh leaders, and has also had grassroot engagement with voters, noting that this will propel him to State House early in the morning.
“The three politicians are working very hard towards a political oblivion, they are using the same old tactics, the same path without new ideas, no strategy to charm new voters,” said political analyst Javas Bigambo.
“After all those State House meetings, the boardroom talks, they have come up with little new, they are in slumber when DP Ruto is covering ground," added Bigambo.
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