Mombasa residents bursted into celebrations as the Results of the latest opinion poll conducted by the Mombasa County residents, a Region perceived to be Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Amolo Odinga's turf whose results have been aired by KTN News at night reveals that Ruto is far ahead of Raila.
The result whose where aired at the wee hours of the night reveals that out of those who were engaged in the “mock voted" the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga got only 17 votes while the United Democratic Alliance, UDA party Presidential Candidate William Samoei Arap Ruto got 19 votes sending the crowd to bursts into laughter live on Cameras.
In their opinion, Roots party Presidential Candidate, Hon George Wajackoyah came third getting only one vote.
This “mock voting" could be a blow to the former Prime Minister as he seeks to cement his popularity in the region.
Here is the video link Courtesy of KTN News
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