The Baringo county senator is anticipated to enter the presidential race to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta, whose ten-year rule is coming to an end.
The chairman of KANU reaffirmed OKA's commitment to providing alternative government to Kenyans in the next elections. Moi's speech meant the world to Ruto and Raila, but of the aforementioned combo, the self-proclaimed chief hustler will leap high.
Those in the political know have repeatedly demonstrated that the 2022 Statehouse race is a two-horse fight between Raila Odinga (Azimio La Umoja) and William Ruto (UDA). Because OKA principles have no chance, they have been instructed to abandon their dreams and endorse Raila's presidency so that the guy from Sugoi will have a smooth journey to the Statehouse.
Gideon's unmoved posture literally implies that he is not moved to have William Samoei Ruto as Kenya's next head of state, and if OKA lives up to his words by fielding a presidential candidate in the August polls, which will give DP Ruto victory, then so be it.
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