Deputy President William Ruto today paraded three of his Mt Kenya allies in his Karen residence where the three were seen having a good time together, this has left kenyans guessing who will be his running mate as the clock continues ticking.
According the photos going viral online, Ruto together with Kithure Kindiki (Tharaka Nithi senator), Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira Mp) and Justin Muturi (Speaker National Assembly) were seen having a good time while having a talk.
The three have been speculated that they have high chances of being appointment to be Ruto's running mate.
Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions with majority proposing Professor Kithure Kindiki to take up the running mate position because of his track record and how he has always conducted himself in the right manner as a lawyer and as a senator.
Peter Kithela Gachamba: @KindikiKithure is a less polarizing candidate who commands respect & confidence from across the political divide, intellectually grounded, mature and respectful. He fits Deputy president's position.The word out there is almost everyone is vouching for him. All the best good prof.
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