Political analysts have maintained that presidential race will be a two horse ,that is between the deputy president and Raila Odinga. The are moving across the country to popularize their parts and woe more supporters. Every aspirants is looking forward for president Uhuru support.
However, since the 2018 handshake the work relationship between the head of state and his deputy has not been conducive. On several occasions the president has shown signs of supporting his elder brother,Raila Odinga contrary to what he said in 2017 campaigns.
While on interview with KTN TV ,the former majority leader Aden Duale revealed that the deputy president will not be supported by his boss. He affirmed that the president has shown in publicly that he would like to hand over to Raila odinga come 2022, and that is UDA is moving all over the country to secure more support.
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