Wiper Movement deputy party leader Farah Maalim says that the Deputy President William Ruto will defeat the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in the 2022 presidential contest should the race be a two-horse race.
According to Maalim, Ruto has a higher chance of getting more votes compared to the ODM leader should the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals abandon their bids.
"If this contest will be between Raila and Ruto, the DP will win hands down. If anyone is planning to rig the elections, they should forget those shenanigans because this is a different case all together. Should Kalonzo or Mudavadi join either Ruto or Raila, they are done and will never see politics again," posed Maalim.
He however reinstates that OKA will be on the ballot as the third force, arguing that the country will be in safe hands and the economy would flourish if his party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and the Amani National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi are the flag bearers.
Speaking with TV 47 on Monday, the former Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly predicted that Raila will not announce his running mate on Friday December 10, during his big day.
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