Different leaders across the political divide have weighed in to the much anticipated and widely discussed agenda of a possible coalition between Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto.
Some have given the Coalition a huge possibility of happening whereas others have dismissed a possible coalition between the two leaders.
Nyeri Town Constituency member of parliament Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu has also weighed into the debate on a coalition.
The controversial DP Ruto Critic has said that if Ruto and Raila Were to work together in 2022, Kenya would be back to 2007 when the two worked together.
"If Ruto and Raila were to work together,we are back to 2007.If Uhuru won't support the Ruto-Raila Coalition he would easily swing the region to support anyone else," DP Ruto Critic Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu said.
In 2007, Deputy President William Ruto worked together with Raila as he eyed the Presidency in a heated contest with Former Presidential Mwai Kibaki in the famous Pentagon in ODM party.
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