Reports indicate that Uhuru Kenyatta and Odinga are set to lose big as Ruto gathers enough stamina ahead of the 2022 general elections.
With the media reports going around the social platforms, Ruto is spreading like a fire on a dry bush after holding a closed door meeting with some Kieleweke governors. Secrets revealed indicate that the county bosses stand high probability to dump the duo and join William Ruto's hustler nation.
Kieleweke Governors in a close door meeting with William Ruto/ The Star
In a publication by The Star, it's confirmed that indeed Ruto invited the Uhuru-Raila allied Governors at the Hustlers Centre on 14th January, 2021.The meeting has sent jitters to the Building Bridges Initiative team and thus creating deep fears of losing their political battles.
(The Star publication captures William Ruto's meeting with Kieleweke governors)
In relevant news, sources also indicate that some Muranga County leaders including the Hon Sabina Chege and the Senate Majority Whip Hon Irungu Kangata are too paving their way into William Ruto's camp. This comes days after Irungu spilled the beans that the Building Bridges Initiative is unpopular in Mt. Kenya and that it stands high chance to lose political impact in the region. In a trending news, Sabina Chege, Muranga County Women Representive who is also a close ally to Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that she may end up joining William Ruto if Muranga residents now back him up.
"If all Muranga is with DP Dr.Ruto, who am I to pretend," stated Chege.
Muranga County Women Rep, Sabina Chege/ Photo Courtesy
In tomorrow's tour to Bomet County by William Ruto, the former County boss who is also the Chama Cha Mashinani party leader Hon Isaac Ruto has also sent a signal of welcoming William Ruto in Bomet. The signal came just days after the CCM boss stated in a local radio station that he has not problem working with the second in command.
William Ruto now seems to be building his 2022 muscles as leaders from Kieleweke team appear to be defecting leaving the head of state and Orange Democratic Party boss in a looming dilemma.
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