Kericho county senator Aaron Cheruiyot has made fresh allegations over succesion politics, the vocal ally of the deputy president William Ruto has alleged that the 2022 presidential election will be between deputy president William Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He alleged that all that is being done by the team allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta including Gedion Moi's presidential campaign launch, are just tricks to outdo the opponent which is the deputy president William Ruto.
He further predicted disappointments ahead of the presidential hopefuls predicting that whoever president Uhuru will push to face off with Ruto is already known.
"Don't get confused, 2022 is plain and simple Wiliam Samoei Ruto versus Uhuru. All these other machinations r simply props on stage being puppeteered left or right by the masters in an attempt to outdo the opponent in this game. I know who will eventually go home crying to mummy." He posted on his Twitter handle.
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