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Ruto's 2027 Secret Cards are blatantly revealed Sending Azimio back to the drawing board

On September 13, 2022, President William Samoei Ruto took the oath of office to become the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya. Even though the guy from Sugoi was not the then-President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta's preferred candidate in the lead-up to the elections on August 9, he successfully and honorably transitioned to the presidency.

President Ruto, who has since started the process of providing services to the public, has nominated his cabinet, which vehemently obtained the National Assembly's approval and was even sworn into office.

The next general election will be held in 2027, which seems like a long time from now because August 9th is now history.

Even though the year 2027 may seem far off, the political class is still in flux as important figures have begun making early theatrical moves in an effort to prevail on election day.

Confidential reports on what President William Samoei Ruto and his Kenya Kwaza army are plotting in front of 2027 have surfaced in what have been dubbed as emerging secret cards by Ruto and his battalion.

According to unclassified reports from the Thursday Parliamentary Group Meeting at State House Nairobi, President Ruto and his DP Rigathi Gachagua told their audience that in order to increase their chances of success in the 2027 general elections, they must unite in a large party that will maintain the brand of either the Kenya Kwanza Alliance or the UDA Party.

According to reports, Dr. Ruto advised the lawmakers to continue the conversation inside their different constituent parties about the tremendous advantages of entering the year 2027 as a strong party that will maintain its existing support and easily win.

To fold and join forces with the UDA party, Chama Cha Kazi, led by Trade CS Moses Kuria, has already written to the ROPP.

This most recent action by Kenya Kwaza Alliance serves as a wake-up call to Azimio, who appears to be the ardent rival of the ruling group.

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