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Cotu secretary-general Francis Atwoli reveals what will happen to Rutos votes in Mount Kenya region

Cotu secretary-general Francis Atwoli has kept up with that Deputy President William Ruto won't be Kenya's next president come 2022.

Talking in a meeting with a national TV channel, Atwoli said that DP Ruto won't dominate the official race, at any rate, not in the following year's general elections.

As per Atwoli, ODM leader Raila Odinga has a higher potential for success of dominating the official race, in contrast to the Deputy President. He noticed that Raila is a decent political coordinator that DP Ruto can't coordinate.

"Raila is a horrendous coordinator, to stop him you should set up some incredible component. This is to say that in case races are held today, Raila will combine a victor," Atwoli said.

Atwoli additionally noticed that Ruto won't arise as the victor in the following decisions since he doesn't have the numbers. He directed out that Ruto doesn't the numbers toward win races.

"William Ruto won't win the races since, in such a case that you were to win decisions assuming you need to be a president and you are working with someone who is in front of you, you support this individual till the end. You don't begin setting up a marina for him with the goal for you to win," Atwoli added.

He said Ruto can not win the races since he affronted his chief, President Uhuru Kenyatta. He additionally asserted that the country's second in order was self absorbed and loaded with himself consequently he can't win the administration.

Atwoli further demanded that Ruto won't get a larger part vote from Mt Kenya, a district apparent to be his fortification. As per him, come one year from now, individuals from the locale will decide in favor of the individual they feel can ensure their advantage and to him, that individual isn't DP Ruto.

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