Thika MP candidate David Ngari has admitted that Deputy President William Ruto will not be the fifth president of Kenya simply because he will be defeated by Raila Odinga in the August polls. He revealed that DP Ruto is now on the losing side after Kalonzo Musyoka joined the Azimio coalition and he is perceived to be having over 2.4 million votes in votes in the country.
According to Gakuyo, Ruto's camp has started panicking simply because they have started feeling the power of losing in August polls after Kalonzo Musyoka pulled a big surprise for Raila.
Speaking in Gatuanyaga, he revealed that deputy President Ruto has no number like Raila Odinga and he should be prepared to lose in August polls simply because Raila Odinga will be the fifth.
"They are now in panic mode after Kalonzo rejoined the team. The circuit is now complete and the best they should do is brace for defeat in August polls," information quoted in PD newspaper.
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