The deputy president William Samoe Ruto has managed to your different parts big the republic to popularise his presidential bid a head of next year general elections. His political theatrics seems to be accepted by a majority of Kenyans. In latest opinion polls result conducted by K24TV and other social media platforms. It put the deputy president a head of other presidential candidate should elections be conducted today.
However,the Daily Nation newspaper has unearthed the key people whom the deputy has sought advice from. They range from key lawyers, economist, political analysts, chief bloggers and professors who have helped in crafting DP campaigns.
Top most is Economist David Ndii. He was formerly in the NASA before he was snatched to join UDA. He is well versed with matters of economy . Ndii is among those who have helped Ruto to come up with the economic model of Bottom up, commonly known as Hustler Narrative that is common in the grassroots today.
Proffersor Kisiangani is a renown political analysts. Having taught University of Nairobi for long. He knows more about Kenya politics. He was also one of the NASA Proponents in the last elections.
With these big brains,the deputy president has been able to penetrate in almost all parts of this country. He is most likely to replace Kenyatta as the next president should elections be held today.
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