Nick Salat, the embattled secretary general of the KANU, has now forecast that President William Ruto will hold the position until 2032.
Ruto is anticipated to strive to extend his tenure in State House like his two predecessors who have served under the existing constitution, despite the fact that he has not yet declared his intention in running for a second term in the 2027 elections.
This will occur, Salat, who joined Ruto on Sunday, stated, offering to assist Ruto in making it happen if he wants another five years in office.
Speaking on Sunday at the Bomet Green Stadium, he noted that after seeing recent events in the nation, he is certain that Ruto is unbeatable.
In support of his assertion that Ruto is on the right track, he mentioned his welcome in Luo Nyanza, a region that was previously thought to be wholly anti-Ruto.
Ruto and Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, who both welcomed him to the Kenya Kwanza family, were there when he delivered the statements.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, who had previously worked with Salat in KANU, was also present. She claimed that while Salat is a good man, KANU Chairman and former Baringo Senator Gideon Moi had taken advantage of him and dumped him.
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