Kenyan politicians are without a doubt the most ambitious beings on the planet, and despite the fact that the 2022 elections are still ten months away, they have already set alarm bells ringing.
Recent polls have placed their bets on William Ruto as the next likely president. His down-to-earth demeanor, combined with his Bottom-Up economic model, has struck a chord with the country’s downtrodden, who, as a result, make up the majority of voters.
The massive support Samoei has in Mt Kenya is one of the political factors that makes him an unstoppable force. The region is known for its high voter turnout and political wizardry. Ruto’s run for Statehouse will be unstoppable if he receives local support.
Alice Wahome, one of his most trusted lieutenants, previously revealed that the doyen population is between 85 and 95 percent. Radio Africa Group and Kieni MP Kanini Kega recently echoed her claims, admitting that the man from Sugoi used to be a force to be reckoned with, but not any longer.
Kanini Kega challenged Ruto and his team to brace themselves for fireworks and, more importantly, to accept their looming fate after a Sunday mass. According to Kega, Samoei was a force to be reckoned with, but his clout is waning; has Wahome informed her boss of this latest downward trend pattern? No!
Ruto’s ratings have dropped to 57 percent from a projected 90 percent, and according to Kieni MP, these ratings will soon fall to 30 percent, putting Samoei’s chances of seeing Canaan from a distance in jeopardy.
As the self-styled hustler ramps up his campaigns across the country, Alice Wahome should remind her master that things aren’t looking good in Mt Kenya. His Mt Kenya-based political castle will crumble floor by floor if he shows even a smidgeon of reluctance.