Ruto receives a major boost after 27 governors declared their interest to join his camp of hustler nation, quoted by the Sunday standards where 14 outgoing or those already serving their second term have announced their interest while 13 governors who are serving for their first term have not confirmed their full support yet.
Among them are governor Mwangi Was Iria, Ann Waiguru, Zachary Okoth Kiraitu Murungi, and Francis Kimemia, whom the deputy president William Samoei Ruto has been talking with to ensure they support him promising them various government positions such as cabinet ministers when he secures presidential position.
They have promised to take a stand once the building bridges initiative bill passes irrespective of whether the president will support the former prime minister Raila Odinga or not. What's are your views towards this and do you think Ruto will end up becoming the president or maybe things will get rough for him on the way before 2022 and lose to Raila Odinga? Drop your comments below.
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