DP Ruto, Raila Lose Big After Name of President Uhuru's Preferred Successor is Leaked
By Jay_Moh | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 13 views
Deputy president William Ruto has lost big after it has emerged that president Uhuru kenyatta's allies and deep confidants are pushing for another person to become his successor.
According to a disclosure by The Star newspaper, Uhuru men prefer Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi as the man to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta after he retires from the presidency in 2022.
The Star has established some powerful forces around State House are working on an elaborate scheme to make Musalia as the only formidable candidate against Deputy President William Ruto.
This has not gone well with those supporting former prime minister of Kenya Raila Odinga who wants to be given the last chance to lead the nation after having been unsuccessful fur several times now.
Deputy president William Ruto is also in the race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta who in the recent times has openly declared that he will not support those who do not support him in his presidency.
William Ruto is among the few who have been going against the president in the recent times which has left several questions raised on whether the two have already broken up completely.
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