Soy constituency member of parliament and a close ally of Deputy President Dr.William Ruto, Hon. Caleb Kositany has caused a stir online after sharing details of Opinion polls conducted online by High Profile individuals in the country placing the Deputy President as the most preferred candidate Kenyans would vote for as President online.
According to details shared on the MP's Twitter page on Tueday,Online polls conducted by Kenyas K24 television, City Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, LSK President Nelson Havi and Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi all revealed that Ruto would have an easy first round victory over other top leaders in the country such as ODM Party leader Raila Odinga, ANC Party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Businessman Jimmy Wanjigi with a parentage win of between 55% and 60% in all the polls.
Details which have illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are comments from Netizens on his post.
"Raila Odinga won the first round of the election petition after the Supreme Court gave him access to the electoral commission’s servers for the opposition to prove that votes were rigged. Again you have started also rigging in online voting which is not accurate. #BUREKABISA." A comment read.
"Danganywa na social media kabisa, confirm kama utarudi anywhere ama you will be begging for appointment into anything kama Kalonzo, PS You have 10 months to consolidate your earnings for a not so bright future." A comment read.
"Guys let's not be comfortable. This is good but we need to hit the ground hard. Remember we are facing the deep state, system and an old man with 5 attempts experience." A comment read.
"As if All Registered Voters in Kenya are on Twitter, This is 0.001% effect on Ballot." A comment read.
"Most of the Twitter voters end up serving as IEBC officers when it comes to real voting. Unfortunately." A comment read.
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