Photo courtesy Ksnt.com
Taking to his Twitter handle on Monday evening, the deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto allied lawyer noted that the second in command and Stephen Kalonzo were the only Two leaders enjoying maximum support from their communities.
He argued that Musalia Mudavadi enjoyed only 7% of Luhya support as Uhuru enjoy 8% of Central Kenya votes.
He noted that Luo community on their part are still waiting for president Uhuru Kenyatta's endorsement before supporting former prime minister.
"Of the BIG 5 only 2 communities are solidly (99%) behind a single tribal chieftain. Kambas behind Kalonzo. Kales behind Ruto. Mudavadi has about 7% of Luhya, H.E UHURU has about 8% of Central. Gideon has 0.111% of Kales. Luos are yet to decide, waiting if Uhuru says Baba Tosha!"Ahmednassir Abdullahi tweeted.
Speculations have it that the Orange Democratic Movement ODM boss is awaiting for president Uhuru Kenyatta to make clear his 2022 plans before making next move.
Ahmednassir Abdullahi courtesy Facebook
President Uhuru Kenyatta on his part has played his card safe and has kept both political quarters guessing his preferred 2022 choice.
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