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Opinion: Does DP Ruto Fear He Might Not Be Declared The Next President of Kenya If He Wins?

William Ruto has declared his bid for the presidency in 2022 and has already laid ground to ensure that he takes the office in 2022 once president Uhuru Kenyatta retires from politics. He has already done campaigns since 2013 and now he is crafting a team of lawyers and professionals.

The Kenyan economy is not doing well and the deputy president has repeatedly reminded us how he plans to revive it using his new model of bottoms up economy. He believes that money should be brought to the people instead of having the money in a few institutions then expect Kenyans to access it.

But his recent crafted team of lawyers has made some Kenyans ask questions. Although having lawyers on your team is necessary as a presidential aspirant, I strongly believe that the deputy president has fears that he might not be declared the president in 2022 looking at how the so called "deep state" has been treating him since 2018.

In case that happens he has a team of top lawyers which include Cliff Ombeta, David Ndii and Ahmed Nassir who was popularly known as the Grand Mullah. In my considered opinion, I also believe that Ruto is preparing himself in case his ICC case is revived anytime. This team of lawyers is ready to deal with the matters of ICC and also any matters to do with IEBC and presidential petitions in 2022.

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