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BBI Fall Blessing In Disguise For Raila As It Turns Against Ruto In The Following Vote-rich Counties

As 2022 general election approaches, politicians are struggling to build relevancy in the their political carriers. However, controversies have become the order of the day especially in who is relevant as far as political succession is concerned.

Every politician is placing whatever strategies possible to ensure he remains relevant in the Kenyan slippery political arena.

On the same note, all eyes are set to two main horses in 2022 General Election as Presidential bid is concerned. Seemingly, the ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga and the UDA Party Leader Deputy President William Ruto are the strategic players to watch in 2022 Presidential race since they're seen putting their houses in order.

Therefore, all these Presidential aspirants have been seen busy trying to lure supporters in the vote-rich regions in the republic and Mount Kenya is not left behind.

As a result the ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga has employed a tactical game for luring voters in the regions that would have benefited from the Building Bridges Initiative.

Targeting regions that would have benefited from the proposals to allocate more resources and create extra Constituencies, Mr. Odinga portraying Deputy President William Ruto working against their interests by decampaigning the BBI.

The ODM Leader has singled out Mt. Kenya region where the DP's campaign has gained traction, telling residents BBI was to deliver the "one man one vote one shilling" principle through additional resources.

This comes after Deputy President William Ruto has told politicians to focus on "more important issues' He has dismissed the bid to revive the BBI and asked the MPs to consider other important business like National Hospital Insurance Fund bill to enable more Kenyans access treatment.

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