Political Analyst Makodingo in his article in the star Newspaper has raked about the biggest beneficiary of the Ruto Mudavadi Coalition ahead of the 2022 General elections.
Makodingo has detailed that Deputy President William Ruto camp could not organise one crowd at a time since it was only Ruto (pictured) who was the crowd pullers, and that's why the had to attend 20 rallies in one day.
Makodingo has revealed that Mudavadi's Alliance with Ruto now is advantage to Ruto in pulling crowds at rallies.
Makodingo has revealed that Deputy President William Ruto's camp lacked a leader of a national statute and Mudavadis entry is an advantage to Ruto.
On this matter, Makodingo in the same article has mentioned the names of two Ruto Allies who can hardly pull a crowd of 1000 Boda Boda riders and another 400 idlers in the market. These according to Makodingo are Ndindi Nyoro and Aden Duale.
"I mean, Ndindi Nyoro and Aden Duale on their own can hardly pull a crowd of 100 Boda Boda riders and 400 idlers in a market unless they literally make it rain money", reads a statement from Makodingo.
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