With less than 10 months in to the 2022 general elections, political leaders are already hitting the ground to woo voters of their support in to different positions, with presidential aspirants traversing across the country.
Several political pundits have argued that the 2022 race is between Deputy President William Ruto and the ODM leader Raila Odinga, although others allude that the presence of Wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC's Musalia Mudavadi on the presidential ballot will result in to a rub off.
Well, according Nairobi based Political Analyst Peter Mugwe, speaking with the Star yesterday, Ruto has a higher chances of winning the presidency in 2022 compared to his rivals, owing to the national outlook he has created for the past couple of months.
Mugwe argues that Ruto has also shaped the political landscape in the country, and every presidential candidate is coming up with reasons on why they oppose and criticize his strategies, yet they have nothing to show to voters.
The Political Strategist further states that Ruto's criticism on regional parties and his efforts to sell the hustler nation countrywide has given him a bigger exposure to Kenyans, and a good number has already bought his ideas.
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