Many speculations have it that the second in command has been a having a tough time in the selection of his running mate as it will be a major factor in the presidential election.
Many of the deputy president followers have had speculations about who could be the best choice to deputize their United Democratic Alliance Party leader, William Ruto to take over power from his boss, the president in the coming general election.
An opinion poll was conducted on the possible running mate for the deputy president William Ruto. According to the poll results, the party leader of Amani National Congress Musalia Mudavadi who recently joined the Hustler Nation from the Azimio la Umoja side With a total of about 34% of the total votes, Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua came the second option to deputize the UDA party leader with a total of 28% of the total votes. Mathira Mp Rigathi Gachagua was the third favorite politician to be the DPS running mate.
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