As you know only 35 days are remaining before the general elections. Politics has been the hit of every platform catching its momentum and it's unstoppable this year unlike in the previous one. Kenya has two main presidential rivals also known as the two horses who are gaining popularity day by day. It is very predictable to tell who will be the Kenyan fifth Commander in Chief this year-round now. The Race is stiff and challenging.
The Kenya Kwanza Presidential Candidate DP Ruto who is indeed determined to be the next Kenya's fifth President does not lose hope despite the attacks from state officials and his opponents. Raila Odinga of Azimio One Kenya Alliance is also sure of being President Uhuru's Predecessor after the general elections.
In a previously contacted opinion poll, Raila was leading but currently contacted poll results by Intel Research shows that DP Ruto could have been the president if elections were held today. Ruto leads with 49.9 percent of the votes, followed closely by Raila Odinga with 42.5 percent, third comes Roots Party Presidential Candidate George Wajackoyah with 2.8 percent, and fourth David Murathe of Agano Party with 1.2 percent.
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Does it mean Ruto will succeed President Kenyatta? What are your opinions?
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