In an online poll conducted by the former Kakamega senator Hon. Boni Khalwale, the Orange Democratic party leader, Hon. Raila Odinga emerged as the best candidate who can run against deputy president Wiliam Ruto in the 2022 presidential elections.
The poll that was conducted between yesterday and today was between four candidates, Gideon Moi, Kalonzo Musyoka, Raila Odinga and, Musalia Mudavadi. Raila topped at 66%, followed by the Amani National Congress party leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi at 18%, the third position was taken by The KANU party chairmaN, Hon. Gideon Moi at 10% as Wiper Democratic party leader closes at 6%. A total of 8791 Voters participated
All the listed individuals apart from Raila Odinga have expressed their interests in running for the presidency, however, it will not be easy for them to run against deputy president William Ruto whose popularity across the country has immensely improved. Unless the trio field a candidate, Ruto and Raila would give them really a hard time even with Uhuru's endorsement.
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