The 2022 race is almost at the corner as the political bigwigs are busy selling their agendas to enable them inherit the State House seat after Kenyatta's exit.
According to the current political wave, the horses are Odinga and Deputy Ruto. The two are seen making several trips across the country with the aim of leading the nation as the president.
Other presidential aspirants who are also salivating for the presidency seat are: Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, KANU party leader Gideon Moi and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula.
President Kenyatta who is seen very close to Mr Odinga might surprise Odinga supporters by changing his mind and endorse his deputy Ruto.
Since the handshake, Kenyatta have been very close to his bother Raila. The days are moving very fast to the 2022 polls but up to the moment, Kenyatta have not made it official his support for Raila.
Kenyatta who was elected with his deputy Ruto in 2013 and 2017 general elections might change his mind and support his deputy Ruto who worked very hard to make him become the president. Because up to date the two, Deputy Ruto and President Kenyatta have never clashed to mean they can still work together.
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