According to a poll ran on Twitter by an individual only referred to as Madoka on Thursday, Kenyans opined that Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria should deputise Dr Ruto in the forthcoming State House race.
The poll, which is poised to conclud in less than an hour placed the vocal lawmaker at 59.2%, followed by the National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi who had 16.5%.
Others who was enrolled by Madoka as part of the contenders for the deputy president's position included former Kiambu governor William Kabogo who scored 12.7% and tycoon Jimmy Wanjigi who garnered 11.7%.
By the time the results were seen by the Opera news writer, 1027 tweeps had voted. They question read "Quick poll who would you vote for Mt Kenya deputy president?".
This follows as Dr Ruto and his team found themselves in a difficult situation while mulling over whom they would appoint as their presidential running mate in 2022 general elections.
Moses Kuria is among individuals who have vowed to support the DP's 2022 presidential bid. However, Speaker Muturi has alleged that he would go for the presidency in 2022.
Kenyans can only wait and see whom Dr Ruto would pick as his running mate in the prospective poll.
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