Saboti Member of Parliament Caleb Hamisi has given his predictions ahead of the general elections in 2022. According to Hamisi, there are only two main political leaders who could carry the day in 2022. He went ahead to mention ODM party leader Raila Odinga and his arch-rival and UDA party leader William Ruto.
With less than a year into the general elections, most politicians have emerged to express their interests in different political seats. However, the most controversial one is the presidential election which is one of the most contended seat in the country. There are two main rivals and one could carry the day being that it's decided on majority of the votes.
However, Kenyans have had their say regarding Hamisi's thoughts on the two potential presidential candidates. Despite other politicans revealing their interests in the presidential seat, the Saboti MP has maintained that the two top politicians could probably be the main contenders for the top seat.
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