After a poll shared by the Star reporting that Deputy President William Ruto is ahead of Raila Odinga in terms of popularity, the United Democratic Alliance Party Chairman Johnson Muthama has rubbished the reports informing that the polls are fake and that they are being used to shape a defeatist narrative.
Delivering bad news to DP Ruto, the United Democratic Alliance National Chairman has extended that when it comes tomNyanza region, Raila Odinga is more ahead of Deputy President William Ruto commanding almost all the votes in the region except in Migori where DP Ruto has gained supporters.
"Fake polls being peddled around to shape a Defeatist Narrative about Williams Ruto is dead on arrival. It's without a doubt that the Deputy President commands 65% of votes in this Country. It's only Nyanza (save Migori County) he will garner fewer votes. Take that to the bank," United Democratic Alliance Party National Chairman Johnson Muthama has said.
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