Former Deputy Speaker Farah Maalim has claimed that Deputy President William Ruto will win the 2022 presidential poll by 10am should it become a two-horse race between the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and William Ruto.
Speaking to TV47 on Monday said that though he does not like Ruto and his tricks to win 2022 ecetions revealing that he won't vote for him, he will win the presidential race against Raila. “If it's going to be a race between Ruto and Raila, I don't like Ruto and I will never vote for him but he will win at 10am in the morning," he said.
This comes after Raila has not declared that he will be on the ballot but his close allies's actions have Revealed that he is likely to run against William Ruto who has been transversing Mt. Kenya with intentions of luring the vote rich region to support his 2022 bid.
Maalim statement sounds disappointing to the president who has been advocating for Raial Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka of Wiper Party, Moses Wetangula of Ford Kenya Musalia Mudavadi of ANC to unite ahead of 2022 Elections.
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