While speaking in an exclusive interview on KTN TV, Wako claimed that Ruto's selection of the cabinet secretaries may have been a political error and could have harmed his chances of winning re-election in 2022.
Eight million registered voters, or 8M, did not cast a ballot, according to Wako. Young people make up the bulk of those who did not cast a ballot.
Wako feels that Ruto could have taken advantage of this chance to persuade more people, particularly young people, to vote for him in the 2027 election. More young people are joining Ruto's cabinet.
She went on to add that Ruto's refusal to create a ministry for youths or appoint more young people to the cabinet will keep young people in the background and encourage voter apathy. According to her, this may affect him ahead of the 2027 elections.
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