Currently, 2022 politics is gaining momentum, some of the leaders are strategizing their political game especially those who have shown interest in presidential seat. Deputy President William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, Hassan Joho and ODM party leader Raila Odinga is among those who are believed to vie for presidential seat.
Yesterday, former prime minister Raila Odinga met with a high delegation from Mt Kenya region led by former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth. It's believed that they discussed 2022 succession among other issues. Following this, deputy president will today hold a consultative discussion with majority of My Kenya TangaTanga allies at Massai Mara, Narok County. This retreat is expected to last for three days.
The main agenda will be economic recovery process, they are expected to discuss how to revive the economy of this country following the challenges that have been caused by Covid-19 pandemic.
Among economic strategist expected to attend the retreat is Prof David Ndii. This move will greatly boost Ruto's 2022 political ambitions because they discuss issues that affect common citizen directly unlike those who meet for their personal gains.
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