Sotik member of parliament Dominic Koskei now claims that deputy president William Ruto will sacrifice Langata member of parliament Nixon Korir in place of radio host Jalango who despite not having declared his political ambition seems to be eyeing Langata MP position.
In his Facebook post, Koskei said William Ruto will need the votes from the Luo community and that is what will inform his decision of Jalango over Korir.
The controversial legislator however said that the entry of Raila Odinga's personal assistant Jakakimba into the race will disadvantage Jalango and deputy president.
"William Ruto will endorse Jalango in Langata constituency, Nickson Korir shall be sacrificed because Luo votes are needed in hustler movement. But the Jakakimba factor will spoil everything. Man to watch in Langata. To be President, you need a properly calculated matrix," Koskei said.
Koskei has been drifting away from the supposed Rift Valley kingpin and using his timeline to call off the deputy president. His sentiments come as the popular radio host was among those invited to Ruto's official residence among other artists.
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