Deputy President William Ruto has been selling his economic model of bottom-up as he seeks support for his 2022 presidential bid. The self-proclaimed Chief Hustler is tipped as the frontrunner in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The second in command has since associated himself together with his allies with United Democratic Alliance (UDA) at the expense of the Jubilee party. The led tipped after the 2018 handshake between President Uhuru and Raila has been working closely and they are tipped to work together ahead of 2022 polls.
And as things stand now, chances of President Uhuru supporting DP Ruto in next year's polls are very minimal. The president has been rarely been seen publicly being with DP Ruto. The last time the two leaders were seen publicly together was first June, Madaraka Day.
However, with 2022 getting nearer, DP Ruto has been transversing the country as he drums up support for his presidential candidature. The latter has since made big progress in so call Raila's strongholds.
If President Uhuru Kenyatta will pull his secret card about 2022 succession politics and says Ruto Tosha, then it will be a huge blow to ODM leader and OKA principals.DP Ruto might win the much-awaited polls with ease. It is just a matter of time to know all these things.
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