SC Ahmednasir has delivered a late night bold message to economist David Ndii concerning DP William Ruto and the August 9th race. The popular lawyer has been a firm supporter of DP Ruto's manifesto and he has claimed that Ruto is a smart politician who might win the presidency. In his remarks he said, "The Kenyan voter is smart, discerning, judicious and loves his people and country. That is why after comparing the azimio and Kenya Kwanza manifestos...you see a shift in support for DP William Ruto of between 10 to 14%....manifestos matters for the Kenyan voter @DavidNdii."
However, Kenyans have reacted to his remarks. Some allegedly told him they are also smart voters from Muranga and that is the reason they will vote for Hon. Martha Karua as their deputy. Others claimed that the Azimio manifesto is better for Kenyans and that Ruto's manifesto has nothing that is worth noting. Some Kenyans also told him that Raila is headed for a landslide victory.
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