Lawyer Reveals the only Man who Can Stop DP Ruto from Becoming President
By JerryN | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 4 views
As the 2022 presidential elections get hotter, various commentators and political strategists have been in the forefront to analyze the possible outcomes of various coalitions between presidential aspirants.
While in an interview with KTN News, Lawyer Ambrose Weda has said that as far as the 2022 presidential polls are concerned, the only person who can stop the Deputy President Dr William Ruto from being the President is former Prime Minister Hon Raila Odinga.￼
The vocal lawyer noted that the Orange Democratic Movement Party leader is capable of making moves aimed at demoralizing the Deputy President's 2022 presidential bid and therefore, William Ruto should mend his relationship with Odinga if he wants to succeed in 2022.
About the Deputy President being evicted from the Jubilee Party, the lawyer stated that if he is evicted, the Kieleweke faction Legislators should be ready for a big shock. Mr Ambrose has further explained that if Ruto is evicted, he will harvest so much sympathy from Kenyans come the 2022 general elections.
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