As the 2022 General Election approaches, political leaders who have seen expressed their interest in Succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta when he finishes his second term next year are busy organizing their camps.
Raila Odinga today spent his time with the people of Tharaka Nithi county as he market his Azimio la Umoja as the Deputy President William Ruto who has been in Coast took his bottom-up to Lamu County.
And now, details have emerged that Kwale Governor Hon Salim Mvurya, who who was missing in DP Ruto's meeting in Kwale county did meet privately with Ruto later at the night. His Deputy Hon Achani was present in all DP Ruto's meetings.Hon Mvurya, who was once Raila's ally decamp to the Jubilee party before the 2017 general election. On one occasion, Raila had revealed how it was embarrassed by Hon Mvurya's move.
The second term Governor has been supporting his deputy to succeed him in the Kwale county job in 2022.
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