Going by the political pattern hitherto kept by former presidents namely Mwai Kibaki and Uhuru Kenyatta, it is probable that the man from Sugoi will seek to retain his seat in the next election.
In so far, Ruto-led party has initiated a number of political missions to increase it's mighty and better it's future poll winning chances.Assuming Ruto will throw his hat into 2022 presidential ring, will his shot strike the desired target? well, it will, that's if Arap Kirwa's recent sentiments are anything to go by.
Speaking during a recent media interview, the former law maker admitted that the man from Sugoi is more popular and chances of him retaining seat are relatively high.The former UDA chairman however faulted the doyen for turning a deaf ear to Azimio grievances which seeks among other things a strict relook into IEBC matter.
Through their coalition leader Raila Odinga, Azimio principals wants the president to stop the process of recruiting new IEBC commissioners until proper procedures are adhered to.
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