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DP Ruto will easily win 2022 general elections if Raila, Kalonzo do not team up – Ngilu says

Kitui County Governor Charity Ngilu has urged Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader and Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka to team up so that they can beat Deputy President William Ruto in the 2022 general elections.

Speaking during the burial of former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Kalembe Ndile, Charity Ngilu warned the two veteran politicians that the second in command would easily take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta if the two do not work together.

She explained that if Raila and Kalonzo fail to come together, then DP Ruto’s chances of becoming the next head of state will be very high.

“Deputy President William Ruto will be the President of Kenya by 8 am if you Kalonzo and Raila do not unite ahead of 2022,” she said.

She pointed out that Raila Odinga Kalonzo Musyoka, Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi and KANU party leader Gideon Moi cannot beat DP William Ruto in a free and fair election.

She went on to wonder how the Kamba community will benefit if they choose to vote for the Wiper party leader and lose the Presidency in 2022.

The Kitui County boss also called on Maendeleo Chap Chap and Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua together with his Makueni counterpart Kivutha Kibwana to agree to come to the negotiating table with the former Prime Minister and field one candidate for the Presidential seat next year.

The seasoned politician assured that she would craft a formula that would see Kalonzo and Raila in one team while stressing out that she does not want anything to do with Deputy President William Ruto’s hustler nation.

On his part, ODM leader Raila said that he was ready to work with Kalonzo as there is no way the two can disagree.

He added that they would work together to defeat pretenders eyeing the country’s top seat.
Ngilu went further to question the handshake agreement’s benefit to the Ukambani region.

She said that they have seen developments being channelled to other regions but very little has been done for the Ukambani people.

She challenged the region’s leaders, saying that they must sit down and address how the 2018 handshake between Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta would benefit them too.

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