Deputy President William Ruto has been claiming that he made Uhuru Kenyatta become the President. Whether that is true or not, is not yet known for now but what is known is that at one point, the two top leaders were great allies. For that reason, many Kenyans expected that Uhuru will be endorsing Ruto in 2022 but as things seem to be, that isn't going to be the case.
That is because things changed drastically between the Head of State and his Deputy just after the handshake. From that time, there have been anticipations that Uhuru may instead end up endorsing Raila Odinga for the top seat and today, one of Wiper party members decided that there should be no more secrets as she stated that President Uhuru will endorse Baba.
While speaking to Citizen TV, Sylvia Kasanga who is a Wiper party nominated senator stated that at this point, it's not a secret that Uhuru is endorsing Raila in Mt. Kenya region. That is because many of Uhuru's allies have been campaigning publicly for the ODM party leader.
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