Deputy President William Ruto has been crossing various counties on his 2022 ambition. The 2017 NASA strongholds have been seen to shift to Ruto's side.
According to the report by the standard, it's now emerging that the ODM Party Leader Hon Raila Odinga could be walking via another lonely path ahead of 2022, should Ruto Win them.
However, the president is committed to supporting ODM leader Raila Odinga. This has been seen during Raila's rallies across Mount Kenya where other leaders who were supporting Raila including, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Waitangula are seen supporting the tanga camp.
Nevertheless, it is now clear that President Kenyatta is non-committal in supporting his Deputy. The president's commitment is peace, stability and prosperity of the people of Kenya. And he has proved to bring people from bottom to top by supporting them. if Nasa leaders agree to support him he will defit Raila.
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