Mount Kenya region has remained a major centre of interest for top politicians in Kenya eyeing the top seat after President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
Amid the intensifying politics in the mountain, Miza i Africa has today released a poll done in Mount Kenya ahead of next year's general election.
According to the poll, DP Ruto and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party have emerged at the top in the popularity pyramid in Mount Kenya.
UDA Chairman Johnson Muthama has broken his silence on the poll release conducted by Mizani Africa stating that the poll clearly indicates that Hustlernation resonates with the majority & tranjectory is good towards 2022.
"Today's #MtKenyaPollRelease conducted by Mizani Africa gave @WilliamsRuto 58% lead over Raila's 27% in Mt Kenya. UDA also enjoys 61% support over ODMs 22% while Jubilee commands only 10%. It's clear that Hustlernation resonates with the majority & tranjectory is good towards 2022," Muthama said.
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