Muranga Senator Irungu Kanata has come out to explain the reason why the deputy president is considered to have numbers in Parliament.
after the vote on the Building Bridges Initiative Tangatanga members of Parliament was overwhelmed by the majority who voted yes for the bill.
According to vocal Muranga Senator Irungu Kangat who analyse the numbers based on who they support and his breakdown was based on the number of Political parties found in who has members of Parliament.In his Facebook post, William Ruto had 83 members of parliament followed by Raila Odinga 59 members of Parliament, Uhuru Kenyatta came 3rd with 57mps, Kalonzo 19 MPs Mudavdi 12mps, Wetangula 11 MPs and Gideon with 10 came last.
Based on this analysis if by chance they don't team up in 2022 Ruto is likely to clinch the top seat in the country, because he has good numbers Compared to Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.
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