Leaders from the Mt Kenya region who had promosed to support Deputy President William Ruto in 2022 should keep their vow, whether or not he will be in the presidential ballot, lawyer Donald Kipkorir has said.Some leaders from the region have repeatedly declared that they will lead their people in supporting the DP, as payment for his two endorsements of President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013 and 2017.
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With rumours of a probable coalition between Deputy President William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga intensifying ahead of 2022, one of William Ruto's close ally and personal aide Farouk Kibet has weighed in on the same.Taking to his Twitter page on Monday evening, Farouk, who has been hesitant to talk on the alleged coalition, welcomed Raila's move but set one condition for him.
As 2022 general elections draw nearer, and as politicians prepare to vie for various seats, there are fears that there could be an extension of Uhuru's term through the building bridges Initiative, some also fear that the Covid-19 pandemic will interfere with these elections.As opinions, predictions and arguements continue being given by different Political pundits over the current situation, The vocal Ndaragwa member of parliament, Hon.Jeremiah Kioni, has claimed that there could be no formal elections as have been in the past, he argued that top political leaders will use a different method to agree on who will become the next president.
Raila-Ruto Alliance has been the talk of the Town in the recent past ahead of the 2022 Kenyan general elections.A myriad number of kenyans and polical experts across the country hold the belief that this coalition would easier win the state House race come 2022 if in deed the two political bigwigs merge.
Women Representative for Nyeri County Hon Rahab Mukami has delivered heartfelt message of condolences following the loss of a great lecturer.In her post, the Member of Parliament learnt about the passing on of Mwalimu Joseph Thiomi Ndirangu with deep shock saying that he was one of her great friends before his death.The late Thiomi was a lecturer at Kamwenja Teachers Training College.
As President Uhuru Kenyatta's 2022 succession gains momentum fresh details have emerged about Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's plans to work together to combat competition from other opponents including coming up with a strategy to lock Mt Kenya votes which are very crucial in the succession plan.
City Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has challenged Mt.Kenya Region not to change their minds shall Ruto team up with Raila Odinga for 2022.The Odinga’s long time supporter Mr. Kipkorir said anyone who has been supporting Dr. Ruto must be ready to follow him to anywhere he takes them as that is what loyalty requires.
2022 succession cards have started to be drawn and different political afflictions and alliances have started coming forth.Ruto, Raila, One Kenya Alliance and others are all interested in taking over President Uhuru once his term ends and events in the last couple of days between Raila and Ruto indicate the duo are on a move to work together for the 2022 general elections.
The deputy president William Ruto has held talks with twenty three governors across the country to discuss the possibility of forming an alliance ahead of the 2022 general elections with the county presidents unanimously agreeing to back Ruto for the top seat.The race for state house is expected to be fiercely contested and it is no longer a secret that a strong alliance stand a higher chance of carrying the day,a fact that Ruto has now admitted and is keen to adopt.
The renewed clamour for constitutional reform, Kenyatta insisted, was not about his possible future on the seat he has held since 2013, but about other issues with the 2010 constitution such as the costs of running this new constitution.Raila's growing influence within Mt Kenya region appears to be giving hope to his key strategists that a fifth stab at the presidency carries his most prime chance to take over the reigns of power.
As the race for 2022 elections gains momentum, many politicians are busy with their campaigns eying for different position in goverment.The presidential seat is a key major among many politicians.Apart from the main candidates that we have recently heard of them which includes DP William Ruto, ODM party leader Raila Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance which combines Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula, KANU chairman Gideon Moi, wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi, there are other key politicians that will challenge the seat and one of them is former Gatanga Member of Parliament Peter Kenneth.
The politicians and leaders from the Mt Kenya region have been categorical on which leader they will work with.The deputy presidents' allies from the region have said that they will not be committed to any alliance that will be formed between the deputy president and Raila.They said that Ruto is ready and rightful to succeed his boss the president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The people of Mount Kenya will greatly benefit if the ongoing plans of supporting the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya William Ruto will succeed.The Member of Parliament of Mathioya constituency honorable Rigathi Gachagua made it clear in the Inooro television show hosted by Francis Gachuri on Sunday that they are having plans with eleven members of Parliament from Mount Kenya to support Ruto in 2022.
There are trending rumours on Deputy President William Ruto and his counter part the Right Honourable Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga will form a coalition.Though if it happens, according to Kamau Paul a blogger, the formation of a coalition will give a high chance of Mt Kenya region candidate winning the election.
Throughout the previous two months, there has been hypotheses on a chance of Ruto cooperating with Raila in front of the 2022 races.This is after data released that president Uhuru Kenyatta was inclining toward a Mudavadi-Moi and Kalonzo coalition.The theories have expanded throughout the previous two days after ODM agent party pioneer, Wycliffe Oparanya, met with the appointee president, William Ruto.
Ngunjiri Wambugu, the member of parliament for Nyeri town Constituency has weighed in on the possibility of Raila joining forces with Ruto in 2022, this comes at a time when their are speculations over the talks between the two camps.Ngunjiri has on his side argues that should the team join forces, the vote rich Mount Kenya region will unite to support a different candidate, Ngunjiri says that Ruto has become viable Presidential Candidate because of a section of Mount Kenya voters and leaders who support him because the do not like Raila.