Ruto Ally Hints At A Raila-Ruto Coalition Before 2022

The debate about a Raila-Ruto coalition is fast gaining more momentum, with allies of both the two senior politicians hinting at a possible 2022 formation. Kirinyaga women Representative Wangui Ngirici is the latest entrant in the debate. The flamboyant politician today hinted at the formation of the coalition through a coded message on her social media accounts.

Politics is very Dynamic. It’s very possible for the wheelbarrow to carry oranges and water melons. This is the most common arithmetic in our markets

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ODM politicians have also laid blame on President Uhuru’s handlers for attempting to play the head of state’s handshake partner. Speaking yesterday at a funeral, Siaya senator James Orengo warned the individuals, accusing them of trying to play games on the ODM party leader.

I want to state that the relationship between Raila and the president is formidable and still intact and if someone or some State orderlies want to scuttle it for their own political mischief then let them be warned Kenya may slide into anarchy again. They better watch out

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Their outcry came after the Njuri Ncheke clan elders installed National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi as Mt Kenya’s spokesman. The installation ceremony was set to be graced by Baringo Senator Gideon Moi, whom the ODM officials now think is Uhuru’s preferred candidate in the 2022 presidential elections. Politicians allied to the President however distanced themselves from the ceremony. Nominated MP Maina Kamanda accused Speaker Justin Muturi of attempting to dethrone Uhuru as the region’s spokesman.

The President is yet to announce his preferred candidate, whom he has umpteenth times claimed will be a shock to the nation. He however declared that the country should now be led by Kenyan outside the Kikuyu and the Kalenjin tribe. His assertion seemed to have poured cold water on Deputy President William Ruto’s quest for the presidency.

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  1. There was also the extensive tour of Nyanza, Odinga’s political stronghold, by Senator Gideon Moi, son of former president Daniel arap Moi. Gideon, the chairman of the Kenya African National Union (KANU) party, addressed rallies in Nyanza and hinted at an alliance with Odinga. This was promptly welcomed by Odinga’s allies, who accompanied him on the tour.

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