United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader_William Samoei Ruto needs no further introduction, the name bearer is among the two leading contenders in the ongoing statehouse race whose winning odds look probable and practical.
As Kenyans look forward to Wafula Chebukati's big announcement, the self-styled chief hustler has time and again exuded confidence that his statehouse bid is bound to actualize courtesy of Kenyans desire for leadership overhaul.
Now that the country is few hours away from knowing who Uhuru Kenyatta's successor will be, will Ruto's presidential dream come to pass? Well, not exactly, that's if John Mbadi's Monday revelation is anything to stake on.
Through his Facebook page, ODM party chairman sent a 4-word message to supporters calling them to brace selves for Raila presidency for the future seems blue. Blue theme is associated with Raila's Azimio party.
Will Chebukati's big announcement absolve Mbadi? Well, time will tell. The outgoing deputy president is staking on Mt Kenya and hustlers vote. On the other edge, Raila is banking on his proximity to the status quo, support from his traditional fan bases and Mt Kenya vote.
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