With at least a day to election, strategists of both Deputy President William Ruto and his main rival, Raila Odinga, believe the polls will be won on high turnout in respective bastions.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has made his final pleas to Kenyans especially Mt Kenya voters on why he prefer Raila's bid. He also said that people from the Mt Kenya region were duped by Kenya Kwanza into turning against him.
Uhuru admitted that it would be difficult for him to change the propaganda peddled against him. He said that due to their 'foolishness', he may not be able to help them.
According to Uhuru's remarks, it appears that DP Ruto enjoys overwhelming support in the vote-rich Mount Kenya.
Uhuru earlier urged Kenyans to vote for Azimio candidate saying that those who insulted him should be silenced.
" I'm also calling on you to shun any violence ahead of the polls and ensure the other opponents who were transversing the nation hurling insults at me are silenced." Uhuru said.
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