It is only less than 3 months to the next general election that will be done on 9th of August 2022 and majority of the presidential candidates have already intensified their campaigns with an aim of garnering good number of votes when the time comes.
Through his facebook page, Gatundu south member of Parliament honourable Moses kuria who also doubles as a Kiambu county gubernatorial aspirant using the CCK party has posted his own opinion poll on who will possibly win the top seat between Dp Ruto and Raila Odinga.
According to his predictions, Dr William Ruto who is the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate is likely to get more than 60% of total votes casted while the Azimio La umoja coalition party leader will come second with 38%.
If his analysis will prevail, it means forthcoming election will not be tough and competitive as compared to the previous polls where the winner could struggle to get half of the votes so that he can be declared the winner.
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