The 2022 elections are on the horizon, and William Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta, two formidable candidates, will vie for the presidency. Kenya Keanza appears to have split into two factions, one commanded by Rigathi Gachagua in the Rift Valley and the other by William Ruto in the middle and Coast counties. The western counties are led by Mudavadi's third faction.
Moses Kuria, the Member of Parliament for Gatundu South, had previously pledged to unveil the format of the 2022 elections, and he has kept his word. Moses Kuria, member of parliament for Gatundu South and candidate for governor of Kiambu County, has broadcast the findings of a presidential survey he and his team conducted this evening, Saturday, May 28, 2022.Kuria
, who is vying for the Kiambu governor's seat under Chama cha Kazi, released results indicating the number of people who participated and whom they are likely to elect as president in 47 counties.
In addition, the surveys predicted the overall number of votes Ruto and Raila may receive and the fraction of votes they would cast. With over 10 million votes, Deputy President William Ruto emerged as the winner, while Raila finished in second place with 6 million votes.
The August elections would be won by William Ruto with over 10 million votes, according to the second-term lawmaker. Raila will also sweep Nyanza's counties, but the west remains a war...
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