At the center of Kenya's political landscape is the 2022 succession politics, the talk of who will emerge victorious in presidential elections and succeed Uhuru Kenyatta. The favorites to win the top seat are William Ruto, Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, and Gideon Moi.
And now Tiaty Mp William Kamket has delivered bad news to Ruto's camp. According to the Kanu Mp, the Kalenjins community has never been to the opposition.
He added that Dp Ruto is heading to the opposition hence he will not be having massive support in the Rift Valley region. He added that mass exodus from Dp Ruto's camp to Gideon Moi's sore will be expected next year when the 2022 elections are nearing.
At the moment, Dp Ruto enjoys tremendous support from the Kalenjin community and is held in high regard as Rift Valley kingpin. He has the support of almost all MPs in the region, except in Baringo County and some areas where Kanu is deeply rooted.
The second in command was also recently installed by famous and power wielding Talai clan. The plans by Gideon Moi to meet the elders were however thwarted,making Ruto the Kalenjin's recognized kingpin.
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