Political analyst professor Herman Manyora has given his verdict on the debate between Raila Odinga and the Deputy President William Ruto on their votes hunt within the Mt Kenya region. According to the resident Political analyst, the Deputy President William Ruto has an upper edge against the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. The analyst revealed that most of the residents of Mt Kenya region prefer Ruto to Raila. Manyora said that Odinga is not likable in the region and the ground is already in favour of William Ruto. The analyst was speaking at TV 47 on Monday Night alongside Kiharu Member of Parliament and his Gatundu South counterpart Moses Kuria.
"Almost 80 % of Mt Kenya region will vote for Ruto. The ground is in favor of Ruto. The Kikuyu really love Ruto and if Uhuru will not give them another candidate Ruto will carry the day. But if Uhuru give them a more likable Candidate than Raila Odinga the votes will be divided, if the president show them perhaps a person like Mudavadi may be the votes can reduce to 60 % but not with Raila Odinga," revealed professor Herman Manyora.
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