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Mt Kenya Leaders Who Can Possibly Become The Running Mates Of William Ruto Come 2022 (Opinion)

The 2022 elections will be totally different from the previous elections simply because there will be no tribal cards on the table. Despite the efforts by some leaders to take us back to tribal formations and tribal parties, Kenyans are wise nowadays as they have rejected. Kenyans are interested on what leaders will do to them and not tribal affiliation. William Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta are considered as the top candidates and the two are competiting on agendas.

William Ruto's agenda of uplifting the common mwananchi through pumping over 100 million through CDF to boost their business seems to have been snuffed out by Raila's agenda of giving six thousand shillings to poor families. People are interested on direct cash rather than empowerment. However, William Ruto still commands huge following from central region despite Raila's frequent inroads and many argue that he should pick his running mate from the said region.

Below are a number of Possible candidates of William Ruto come 2022.

1. Ann Waiguru: Current Kirinyaga Governor

2. Mwangi Kiunjuri: Former Minister Of Agriculture

3. Moses Kuria: Gatundu South Member Of Parliament

4. Peter Kenneth: Former MP of Gatanga

5. Rigathi Gachagua: Current MP of Karatina

6. Justin Muturi: Speaker of National Assembly

7. Martha Karua: Former Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs and served as a MP of Gichugu Constituency

8. Mwangi Was Iria: Current Governor Of Muranga County

According to Mizani Africa opinion poll, Mwangi Kiunjuri is the most preferred followed by Peter Kenneth, Mutahi Kagwe, and Mwangi Was Iris respectively. The poll also ranked William Ruto at 84.7% followed by Raila at 5%. The opinion poll was carried out in the counties of Mt Kenya.

Who is most preferrable according to your opinion?

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