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DP Ruto Was Wrong, Raila's Swift Move Set to Shatter William's November Prophecy, Who Will Save Him?

As the country hurtles towards 2022 general elections, political telescopes are revolving around William Ruto, a high potential candidate to succeed Uhuru Kenyatta whose tenure is vastly waning out.

With clarity of vision and optimism, the self-styled Chief Hustler is certain that the next government will be formed by the country's downtrodden popularly identified as hustlers. In one of his periodical interviews with Radio Jambo weeks ago, the second in command foretold of a massive walkout from the estranged Jubilee Party to UDA.

The bad blood between the head of state and his deputy split the ruling party into two antagonistic camps; Kieleweke (gravitates it's allegiance to Uhuru) and Tanga Tanga which consists of Ruto's lieutenants.

After a series of attacks, Ruto and company sought asylum in UDA leaving JP an empty shell with remnants who William believes are buying time before jumping ships and joining United Democratic Alliance where their hearts are. This projected exodus is expected to take full swing by end of November.

Contrary to Samoei's anticipations, his closest rival has made a swift move that has consequently left DP Ruto a lone ranger. Making inroads in Mt Kenya East part earlier this week, Raila Odinga has won hearts of area governors among them Kiraitu Murungi (Meru), Martin Wambora (Embu) and Muthomi Njuki (Tharaka Nithi).

With the aforenamed operatives in his Inawezekana camp, Agwambo is dampening Ruto's chances albeit slowly and calculatively. As the man from Sugoi sits and waits for the ripe time to welcome Jubilee Party remnants to his camp, Raila is already courting and winning their hearts. With this unexpected turn of events, Ruto may be in for a rude shock.

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