President William Ruto has been accused of commencing campaigns too soon before he has even settled into office by Senior Counsel Okong'o Omogeni. According to Mr. Omogeni, it appears like Mr. Ruto is already running campaigns for the year 2027, which is harmful for the nation's growth. Omogeni observes that Ruto is currently traveling to regions that did not give him their complete support in an effort to persuade them to join his camp so that they can collaborate.Ruto would have visited many different sites, according to Omogeni, but picking Homabay was a political decision. He claims that focusing on places experiencing famine and drought should have been his top concern, but his choice to visit Homabay reveals that he is already focused on winning more votes in 2027.
President William Ruto received a lot of criticism from Kenyans in 2017 for launching early efforts to assure his victory in the recently held elections. It appears that Ruto has realized the potential rewards of such a strategy and plans to rely on it to win re-election in 2027.
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