KTN News has conducted its usual Kivumbi 2022 presidential opinion polls carried out across all towns in the country. KTN News, after engaging the residents of Mombasa county, asked them to vote for their favorite presidential candidate and chose William Ruto as their preferred candidate.
After engaging the people of Mombasa county in its customary Kivumbi 2022 presidential opinion surveys conducted across all towns in the nation, KTN News asked them to vote for their preferred presidential candidate.
Deputy President William Ruto unexpectedly won with a total of 19 votes against Raila Odinga's 17 votes after the ballots were counted in full view of the cameras. Raila Odinga received 17 votes, losing to William Ruto's 19 votes. Salim Mvurya, the governor of Kwali, and Amason Kingi, the governor of Kilifi, both back Ruto. Ruto and Raila are anticipated to engage in combat in the coastal region.
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