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There are two difficult math problems that DP Ruto should be able to solve when choosing his running mate.


It is now fewer than seven months till the general election, and both presidential candidates Raila Odinga and William Ruto have not formally announced their running mates due to fear of rejection from their supporters, among other concerns.

As for the vice president, As he tries to woo many allies to his side, he adds to his burden of persuading them to support him without expecting anything in return, as seen last week on Sunday when ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula agreed to work with him, complicating the decision of who will be his deputy among his many coalition partners.

Senior political observers believe it is ideal for Dp Ruto to choose a running partner from Central Kenya because the region is vote-rich and he stands a high possibility of receiving a large number of votes from the region.

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