As politics is taking shape ahead of next year's polls, politicians are positioning themselves in different parties and most of all 'selling' themselves in different regions with mt Kenya being the centre of everything. Political analyst Makali has however delivered a worrying detail concerning deputy Ruto and the mountain region.
Speaking in an interview on Citizen TV, journalist cum political analyst David Makali has hinted that the only person likely to snatch Ruto Mt Kenya votes is Speaker Muturi. According to him, the emergence of Justin Muturi among the candidates will totally disarrange the political game making Ruto's support in Mt Kenya region pulled away.
"The game changer in the elections is emergence of Justin Muturi, especially if he gains traction in the Mt Kenya region, will totally disarrange the political game. Hustler's success is on the Mt Kenya region, of it pulled away from him, he will languish." Stated Makali.
In addition, he has doubted Raila's chance of success and gone ahead to advice the former prime minister to retire instead of disgracing himself by loosing to a political Junior.
"If I were to advise Raila, I would ask him about his real chances of success, where his numbers will come from. He would rather not go out in a disgraceful manner, having lost to a political Junior. He has achieved a political stature, he should retire." Added Makali.
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