The deputy president William Ruto is likely to face a massive wave against him ahead of the 2022 general election. According to the daily nation paper, a wave like that of the NARC coalition might be in the offing to ensure DP Ruto doesn't get to anywhere ahead of the 2022 general election.
However the deputy president William Ruto has also made it clear that he has his plans to face any form of coalition put forward by Uhuru Kenyatta to face him. Ruto has been clear that he has the numbers and wave that will sweep anybody into political oblivion inclusion the NARC kind of coalition fronted against him.
According to the daily nation, all parties are likely to come together against William Ruto's hustlers nation wave. The aim to unite tribal kings together and massively campaign against William Ruto across the country in a massive campaign to ensure he doesn't get to anywhere.
It's clear already the deputy president William Ruto is the frontrunner and others are just trying to catch up. Whether this leaders will make it to beat Ruto ahead of the 2022 general election only time will tell for clearly we live in interesting times where anything and everything is just but possible.
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