As 2022 general election approaches aspirants are tirelessly transversing across the country seeking for a political mandate from their staunch supporters.
Apparently the choices of running mates seems to be escalating more jitters amongst the contenders who are storming various rich voting zones with an idea of picking their preferred deputies from those regions.
In reference to 2013 fall out between deputy Ruto and Raila Odinga,. Duale was the first leader in ODM party to sail with dp Ruto in the same boat, where they formed URP party that later formed a coalition with TNA, it's party leader was Uhuru Kenyatta.
In his (Duale) seven years as the leader of majority, Duale successfully sponsored several legislation that eventually supported government's business in the house, and this culminatedy added more impact to Jubilee administration where dp Ruto is serving as the second in command.
In a nutshell dp Ruto's pick on Duale, will bring little impact as far as vote count is concerned,and this will give Odinga chance of securing all the Mt. Kenya votes. That will be casted in favour of Odinga's running mate that he is likely to pick from central region.
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