Former Lagdera MP Farah Maalim believes that Deputy President William Ruto would win the presidential election on August 9.
In the highly anticipated political clash, Maalim believes Ruto would easily defeat ODM leader Raila Odinga because, unlike the DP, the latter has forsaken his friends and hence lost ground.
The former National Assembly deputy speaker noted in an interview with TV 47 that the second in command is exceedingly generous and daring, making him a popular choice among voters.
"The truth is that in a straight race between Raila and Ruto, there is no doubt that Ruto will win the election. Ruto, unlike Raila, does not betray his friends. Ruto is young, and some say he is corrupt; I don't want to get into that, but one thing I do know is that he is extremely generous and courageous, "Maalim stated.
"In the country, we will have a new land policy in which we will take back so much land, then have a compulsory acquisition, and say that we are going to settle Kenyans who are landless," he added.
The former legislator added that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leader has the capacity to modify aside a section of his land and donate it to ordinary Kenyans as part of his charity (hustlers).
If he inherits President Uhuru Kenyatta, Maalim has declared that the DP will adopt a new land policy that will take back parcels and allocate them to the landless.
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