With the ongoing plans for 2022 politics and scrutinizing the person who will inherit President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, several women in Mountain Kenya will benefit greatly if William Ruto will be the next president of the Republic of Kenya. They include Susan Kihika and Wangui Ngirichi.
Susan Kihika is the current Senator of Nakuru county. She is a firm supporter of William Ruto and has been at the forefront of campaigning for his 2022 presidency. Together with her allies, she might benefit from Ruto's political party by becoming the next governor of Nakuru with the majority of votes. However, she might also be picked by Ruto to serve in the government if all goes well.
Wangui Ngirichi who is the current woman representative of Kirinyaga can not be left out. She has been very loyal to the Deputy President. Her loyalty to William Ruto will be a benefit in 2022. She might also get a top seat in the government to appease the people of Kirinyaga.
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