As D-Day approaches, leaders and politicians are strategizing to improve the outcome. The journey is not without its difficulties. Dr. William Ruto, the deputy president, has seen several challenges from his Camp team and allies that he must overcome in order to win big in the upcoming general election.
The low voter turnout in the UDA party primaries is one of the major obstacles that DP must overcome by increasing his popularity. The demise of other bug names, such as Keter, who could have solicited funds for his bid, is yet another huge blow.
Another issue is the lack of funds required to vote in an election. The other challenge is that other leaders are constantly abandoning his UDA party. The final challenge is the unreliability of some of the young voters associated with the hustlers nation in his (Dp Ruto) rallies.
As a result, the deputy president must devise a strategy to overcome these obstacles in order to win the upcoming general election. Yes, the challenges appear to be humming; the best way for him to get closer to victory is to conquer the challenges with ease.