As the 2022 succession politics continues to gain momentum momentum, various aspirants who wishes to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta have been out hunting for support to strengthen their political bases ahead of bruising 2022 presidential elections. Among the noticeable presidential hopefuls include Raila Odinga, William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi and Kalonzo Musyoka.
In what could be good news to Dp Ruto, Nandi Hills Mp Alfred Keter is set to rejoin Ruto's camp after dumping the camp due to differences with the second in command two years ago According to The Star, Keter is set to meet Dp Ruto this week on Friday, as the Dp visit Nandi county. Keter had taken a break from public with reports he was undertaking his masters degree.
The Star also revealed that the Mp has been approached by Dp Ruto's allies. When asked for the response pertaining the same, Mp Keter did not confirm nor deny the the reports. He also did not talk about reports he will be vying for Nandi gubernatorial seat, saying he will talk about it when time comes.
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