Delegate President William Ruto is working almost to excess attempting to concoct the best equation for winning the 2022 Presidential political decision.
With just 13 months remaining, Ruto has set up impressive mission hardware that has even stunned his chief, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Be that as it may, Ruto is confronting a major test of choosing his running mate since this may be the start of the finish of his excursion to State House.
To the vast majority, Ruto was relied upon to pick a running mate from the Mt Kenya locale however as per sources, he has moved toward Amani National Congress (ANC) party pioneer, Musalia Mudavadi to be his running mate.
Musalia Mudavadi is in any case said to have declined the offer made to him by Ruto in light of the fact that he has decided that he will be going for the administration in 2022.
"Mudavadi said he won't delegate anybody and his eyes are set for the administration in 2022," one of Mudavadi's associates expressed.
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