Political Commentator Herman Manyora who is Deputy President William Ruto's critic has admitted once again that the DP is a front runner who cannot be ignored in the coming presidential elections thanks to the leadership qualities he possesses.
Although Manyora has been claiming that Raila Odinga will have a field day in August 9th, 2022 due to the support he has gotten from Mount Kenya Region, he held the opinion that the race might not be a walk in the park and the duo might lock horns in the ballot.
"There are things you must give to Deputy President William Ruto, they are precision, energy, determination, the singularness of purpose, ability to make friends and being generous, although there seem to be a magnet with Raila since despite everyone writing him off, he is attracting big crowds," said Manyora.
In a past interview, the University of Nairobi (UoN) lecturer termed Ruto a smart and intelligent leader who had mastered his mentor Late President Moi Kibaki's political strategies, and thus no politician should ever degrade him.
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