The DP Ruto floors Musalia Mudavadi with big margin from this latest conducted opinion poll
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 14711 views
One of the social media platform,TUKO.co.ke sought the opinion of Kenyans on who they could prefer for president between the deputy president William Ruto and Amani National Congress party leader Mudavadi Mudavadi elections were held today.
The poll question was posted in all TUKO platforms and from the feedback obtained, majority of kenyans preferred The DP Ruto to Mudavadi. Ruto was regarded as the most strongest presidential candidate so far with the ability to work the votes of Kenyans. Though some kenyans believe that Mudavadi could make a better president than the deputy president.
But according to the survey, Mudavadi needs a lot of political support from more top political parties for him to match the DP's political muscles.
The results from Twitter, 72.1% voted for Ruto as the potential successor of Uhuru in 2022 while 15% voted for Mudavadi as the man to carry the day . While 9.2% said they would not vote.
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