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Why Ruto is still the biggest threat to Nasa
By David Rakewa | Updated Feb 05, 2018 at 08:20 EAT
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Deputy President William Samoei Ruto
SUMMARY
  • DP William Ruto will be vying for presidency come 2022
  • NASA principals Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi will be vying for the top seat

The National Super Alliance (NASA) will be facing it roughly against the Deputy President William Ruto in the coming 2022 general elections following the possible division that looms in the coalition. 

DP Ruto who will be vying for the presidency in 2022 may face it easy in the elections since his support base shows no possible division if at all President Uhuru Kenyatta will mean his words of supporting him (Ruto) in the coming 2022 general elections. 

The 2022 general elections may be a clean sheet for him especially after Western Kenya leaders insisted that Musalia Mudavadi will be their presidential candidate in the next general elections contrary to NASA plans that favored Kalonzo Musyoka as Odinga's successor.

Ruto has the ability to garner millions of votes from Central Kenya and the Great Rift Valley region where the Jubilee government has enormous support and the population in these areas also guarantee his win. 

NASA, on the other hand, will experience divided support since both Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi will be vying for the top seat. 

Unless the two sit down and resolve on who to spin the wheel and who to push the vehicle ahead, it will be a guarantee that none will manage to floor DP Ruto.

Besides all these, Ruto is known for his fierce political imprint that is felt in all parts of the country, this is seemingly the strategy President Uhuru Kenyatta saw in him before choosing him (Ruto) as his deputy.

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