Uhuru Kenyatta's two-five year tenure is on it's decelerating phase and soon, it will hit the base. When that eventually happens, he will fold his political mats and exit Statehouse, the place he has called home since 2013.
Of those expected to take over the power baton from him is the self-crowned Chief hustler William Ruto. The second in command was supposed to be Uhuru's natural successor but things happened midway.
Despite of their strained relationship, Jomo's son advised his deputy to be considerate and practical lot by using authentic means to climb Mt Kenya, a mountain full of political goodies.
Contrary to Uhuru's good-intended counsel, William ignored it and may soon pay for his sins. Instead of using backdoor, Kenyatta II advised Samoei to use front door and confront mantelpiece bearer for guidance, he ignored.
Through his Twitter page, former Mukurweini MP Kabando Wa Kabando has admitted that Odinga's son is slowly detaching Ruto from Mt Kenya and should he succeed in such a feat, Ruto's fate will be sealed.
Recent statistics shows that Samoei tops the list of the most prominent leaders in Mt Kenya but unlike in past ratings where his odds were above 80's, this time round he is standing at 57% with Kanini Kega forecasting a further drop to 30%.
Kega is leading a pro-Raila entourage in dissipating Ruto's influence and so far? So good. Top brass from the region under the auspice of Mt Kenya Foundation have already casted their lots on Raila Odinga and for Samoei who ignored Uhuru's advice, he may live to gnash teeth.
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