The noticeable 2022 presidential hopefuls, Raila Odinga, William Ruto and Musalia Mudavadi have been out hunting for support to strengthen their political bases. They have been also forming alliances with different political leaders.
And now Franklin Bett, has revealed why Dp Ruto might not emerge victorious in the coming presidential elections. According to Bett, Ruto's bid might disappear because of the choices of people he sorrounds himself with. He added that he is surprised by some of the DP Ruto's allies, whom he said run to Dp Ruto's camp yet they have court cases.
He also added that William Ruto should look at his opponents, who are creating formations and alliances around regional leaders who are well organized. He advised Ruto to look for support in the Coast region, by taking advantage of the region's disunity hence making it easy to penetrate. He adds that Ruto should look for the support of either Joho or Kingi from the region.
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