As the race for 2022 Elections gains momentum many politicians are busy with their campaigns eying for different position in the goverment.
The Deputy President William Ruto shot at the top seat could be a great boost after reports arise that a section of Mount Kenyas leaders requires to support its presidential ambition, but with an ultimatum.
According to the Estrella newspaper, the leaders openly said that they will fight for him. However, this is not an easy task for the route because executives have enacted requirements.
According to the new report, their support will be useful to Deputy President, which supports its ambitions in the elections of 2022. This new revelation could come as good news to Ruto, who has long been looking for a backup of the large central region.
Ruto revealed that he will go into the election next year something which many politicians have told him about it. It is expected that more than 20 executives will announce their support for the Deputy President next week.
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