Deputy President William Ruto has emerged as a man to beat in the 2022 presidential elections, thanks to his day-to-day campaigns and the Hustler Nation ideology, which has enlisted the support of millions of Kenyans.
And now, Deputy President William Ruto has revealed that Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta are plotting to prevent him from becoming the country's next president in 2022.
The DP also stated that he is aware of the two's plans to completely exclude him from the 2022 general elections by labeling him a criminal or a thief in order to instill fear in Kenyans.The DP also expressed surprise that when he was on Uhuru and Raila's side, they did not refer to him as a thief.
He also informed the President and Raila that he is fully prepared to confront them in 2022 and that he has his own strategies for defeating them.
He was speaking to residents of Meru County today, urging them to vote for him in the 2022 presidential election.
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