William Samoei Ruto is proving to be a threat to his opponents in the next general election, his rate of growing popularity is remarkable. A worrying detail has emerged today, Ruto's associated party, UDA has registered over twenty thousand members in five days.
This proves to be a milestone move as far as the 2022 general election is concerned. Embu county lies within the central region, where Ruto won big in the previous mini poll regardless of being Uhuru backyard.
Huster nation has gained grassroots support, it is shaking a deep state ahead of the next general election.
The growth and expansion of the Ruto camp are giving Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga sleepless nights. He needs a serious and political heavy opponent in polls instead, he shall emerge winner easily.
Lastly, Raila Odinga political game is one of the toughest and hard to predict, maybe Ruto has a long way to go if Raila Odinga decides to run for the presidency next year.
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