The 2022 general elections is expected to be hotly contested between DP Ruto and the former premier Raila Odinga.
Different political analysts have weighed in on the matter with each one of them dissecting latest developments and drawing various conclusions.
While addressing residents of Migori county, ODM secretary General Edwin Sifuna has outlined the conditions that will see the ODM leader Raila Odinga beating William Ruto and consequently clinching the top office on land.
This comes at a time when some Mt.Kenya leaders have mulled support for the ODM leader as he intensified popularity in Central Kenya over the recent past.
Sifuna has stressed that Raila will emerge the winner if and only if voter registration and voter turn out are increased by 5 per cent.
He mentioned Migori county as one of Raila Odinga's stronghold among others; Western Kenya, the Coastal region and Nairobi.
Sifuna urged all to give his party leader an ample time as he traversed the slopes of Mt. Kenya in his bid to sell his agenda.
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