Anyang' Nyo'ngo is not strange a name in Kenya's political landscape, the name bearer is presently serving as Kisumu county governor but more notably, he is among those working around the clock to ensure that the fifth occupant of the house on the hill top does not have William Samoei Ruto for names.
In his today discourse, Kisumu county boss has sent a not-so-good message to DP Ruto and his entourage. However, to Raila and team Nyo'ngo's prophecy will be one of a kind should it come to pass.
According to medical scholar, Raila's fifth presidential shot will hit the set target and that he is fully convinced will happen. The veteran has intensified his campaigns against Samoei with recent poll stats showing that he is making quantum leaps with Ruto's populace taking a downward trajectory.
Among the strategies Agwambo has emblemed in his campaign is that of climbing and conquering Mt Kenya politically. With the said region's support, Raila's chances of succeeding Kenyatta II look probable and practical.
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