The Kenyan politics is making a turn day and day with the election period nearing. Politicians straggle to maintain the ground with massive support.
In my latest opinion the current deputy president enjoys majority support both from Nairobi,Central ,Rift Valley provinces,while still commanding the rest of the regional apart from the Luo nyanza where his main opponent is coming from.
Despite that the deputy parted ways with his boss,he still standing a chance to take from his boss. This is due to the fact that politics is a game of numbers and he has got the numbers to command the votes.
The deputy seems to be comfortable without the endorsement theory from the current president,unlike his main opponent who hopes fully in the endorsement.
The matter therefore,what if Uhuru fails to endorse Rails? what if Uhuru decides to lay a fair battle ground for all the politicians who wants to president? Such questions leaves the deputy president the only standing man to succeed himThe fallout between the two key leaders has no effect on the deputy unless the "deep state" is involved.￼
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