As we know, politics is a game with no permanent enemies. There's also no permanent friendship as anything is in position to happens any day. Before 2017 elections, president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga we're create critics but with a single handshake, everything changed and the two became close "brothers" upto date.
Recently, Ruto has also been seen holding meeting with some ODM members led by deputy party leader, Wycliffe Oparanya, but the two have not publicly announced the intentions of the meeting. Last week, Raphael Tuju said DP Ruto is still Jubilee's deputy leader and even said they are great friends who can't pass one another without an handshake.
This means anything is position to occur even before 2022. If BBI passes and Uhuru Kenyatta reconcile with his deputy, then they are likely to come up with strong alliance that will definitely shake the country and their competitors.
The two leaders from Jubilee party will likely form a Coalition with One Kenya Alliance which was recently unveiled by Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Gideon Moi and Moses Wetangula.
William Ruto will likely get presidential ticket deputised by Musalia Mudavadi, on the other hand, Uhuru will likely run for Prime Minister's post deputised by Musalia Mudavadi and Hassan Joho. Gideon Moi, Mwangi Kiunjuri and David Murathe will be among those who will get lucrative positions in the government.
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