With less than 12 months remaining before next year's general elections, the likes of Raila Odinga and William Ruto have expressed interest in taking over from President Kenyatta when his term comes to an end.
Others who have shown interest in the top seat include Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, and Gideon Moi. However, according to many political pundits, the 2022 Presidential Elections will be a two-horse race between the current Deputy President and the former Prime Minister.
One Kenya Alliance leaders are yet to decide on their candidate with the leaders all wanting to be president. There have been suggestions that all the three Moi, Musalia, and Kalonzo will be in the ballot box in 2022.
However, according to the Deputy President, his work will be made easier in 2022 if the three were to vie in 2022. Speaking during a rally in Butere, Ruto warned his competitors that he will defeat them very early in the morning if they fail to produce one candidate. Video.
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