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Ruto Warned About Mount Kenya, Herman Manyora Rubbishes Ruto's KTN News Interview and His Narrative

Professor Herman Manyora, a political analyst in Kenya, warns Deputy President William Ruto about Mount Kenya region politics. Manyora takes a dig at Ruto's KTN News Interview and his bottom-up economy narrative.

Deputy President William Samoei Ruto is in the dilemma of choosing his running mate ahead of 2022. But, inside him, Ruto knows that to get a sensible percentage of Mount Kenya region votes, he must take one of its politicians to deputize him, 2022.

However, political analyst Herman Manyora is warning Ruto against that decision. Ruto's idea of picking one of his Kikuyu supporters as deputy may cause trouble and even the death of UDA before the next general elections.

If incase Ruto picks Moses Kuria as running mate, Rigathi Gachagua, Ndidi Nyoro will be at his neck questioning the decision. But, again, selecting a deputy from the Western part of the region would spark hate and division in the area; the southern part may isolate themselves, which is a massive blow in elections.

On top of that, Manyora rubbished Ruto's interview with KTN News; the famous analyst digs Ruto for repeating the same content over time. Instead, Ruto's answers revolved around BBI, Jubilee, Uhuru Kenyatta, Hustlers Nation, and other familiar terminologies in today's politics.

In addition, Professor Manyora disclosed that Ruto's hustler narrative is fake and cannot be applied in Kenya. He explains that you cannot put money in the pocket of Boda Boda men, mama mboga, and expect the economy to grow.

Customers are the people who need a sensible amount of money to enable/them to buy and push the economy. https://youtu.be/fYcFglHCr48 (1minute to 4 minutes)

Lastly, what do you think about these developing stories? Do you believe Ruto will make it in 2022? Please share your opinions in the comments section below.

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