It is a few days remaining for millions of Kenyans to decide on their preferred President. A lot has been done by popular politicians in Kenya to make sure they will win the incoming August 9th election.
Oscar Sudi decided to have a presidential opinion poll on his Facebook page but the results were disappointing.
Over 57 thousand Kenyans participated in the opinion polls and Raila emerged the winner with 57 percent of the votes against Deputy President William Ruto who emerged with 47 percent of the votes.
According to this opinion poll, Still Kenyans are ready to vote for Raila coming August 9th.
It is a very big disappointment to the Kenya Kwanza team and William Ruto. The result also attracted comments as many said that they prefer Raila as their President against Dp William Ruto.
It is only 48 hours remaining on the August 9th general election, who do you think will win this election between Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto?
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