The 2022 elections are around the corner and the next president is imminent between two heavyweights, William Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenya Keanza seems to have divided itself into two groupings, one is led by Rigathi Gachagua at the Rift Valley and the second is led by William Ruto in the counties of central And Coast. The third group is led by Mudavadi in the counties of western.
Secondly, Moses Kuria had earlier promised to reveal what the 2022 elections will look like, and indeed the Gatundu South MP has stood by his words. Gatundu South Member of parliament and Kiambu County gubernatorial candidate Moses Kuria has this evening, Saturday, May 28, 2022, broadcasting the results of a presidential survey carried out by him and his team.
Kuria who is contesting for the Kiambu gubernatorial seat under Chama cha Kazi published the outcomes showing the number of voters’ turnout and who they will likely elect as President in the 47 counties.
The surveys further implied the total votes Ruto and Raila may likely get and the proportion of the votes cast. The all-around results showed Deputy President William Ruto as the champion after garnering over 10million votes while Raila trails with 6 million votes.
William Ruto will win the August elections with over ten million votes according to the second term MP. Raila will also sweep the counties of Nyanza, but western remains to be a battleground...
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