The tactical Ruto is one of the prominent Kenyan politicians who have declared the interest to run for the top seat in the next 2022 polls. However, sources reveal that Ruto could be heading to rude shock where he will be locked to suffer out of the next government.
sources have revealed that the Mount Kenya tycoons do not prefer Ruto but another candidate. Ruto has been traversing through the country selling his bottom-up economic model agenda as he hunts for support. After the revelation, it is clear that the Deputy president who wishes to succeed his boss as they had agreed publicly during the 2013 and 2017 polls may be waiting for a bomb to explode in his face in due course.
The standard newspaper revealed that sources that advocated to remain anonymous revealed that Raila's meeting with the Mount Kenya tycoons was successful and the businessmen settled on the former Prime Minister to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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