It is the eleventh hour for aspirants who will be looking to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022. They have been trying every means to woe more people to their side, by employing strategies be it economic or social ones.
Deputy President William Ruto, one of the front runners for the 2022 presidential elections, has entrusted a group of elites to come up with the best strategies that will take him to State House in 2022.
Among the elites as mentioned by Nation, including those who use to work for Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Mwai Kibaki and even Daniel Moi.
They are Governor Josphat Nanok, UDA chairman Johnstone Muthama, Hassan Omar, Eliud Owalo, Korir Sing'oei, Edward Kisiangani and Bonny Khalwale who will be in charge of the political party of the strategies.
Others include David Ndii, Irene Asienga, Augustine Cheruiyot, Mugambi Muriithi, Professor Raphael Munavu and Njuguna Ndungu, who are behind the bottom-up economic model.
Already, the DP has received economic blueprints which he argues, will be part of his 2022 plans for Kenyans.
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