Raila Odinga previously consulting with President Uhuru Kenyatta (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) begun the mass voters registration exercise in preparation for next year's General elections.
This is the crucial period of time when top political bigwigs will be urging and rallying for their supporters to turn up for registration.
Taking a close look at the estimated number of voters expected to be registered by the IEBC, the Rift Valley Region will be boasting of more than seven million voters, more than the political backyards of Raila Odinga.
A close ally to Deputy President William Ruto, Rodgers Kipembe Mpuru revealed that if the residents from the Rift Valley turn out in large numbers and register as voters, it will be a big boost for William Ruto's Presidential ambitions as they will bring him closer to winning the Presidential elections ahead of his other competitors.
However, it is still clear that not all the seven million voters will vote for William Ruto as some prefer other leaders to him.
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