Nandi Senator Kiprotich Cherargei has thrown a shade to Raila's meeting with William Ruto. Raila Odinga met the deputy president briefly as the two met IEBC officials. Although the two presidential candidates did not attend the meeting simultaneously, they had a brief moment to exchange pleasantries.
Cherargei who is confident that William Ruto is going to win the next general election captioned the pictures. He said that Ruto was the next president of Kenya and referred to him as the 5th. He wrote that the 5th President of Kenya William Ruto was meeting the next opposition leader Raila Odinga.
Raila Odinga and William Ruto are the top contenders for the forthcoming general elections. Each candidate bost a significant odds of winning the seat. Rival supporters of the two have consistently termed their respective candidates as the 5th. Do you think Cherargei was right that Ruto will win the next general elections? Tells us in the comment box below your preferred presidential candidate and what you make of Cherargei's sentiments.
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