The race to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta continues to boil up the political temperature in the country.Various leaders who have shown interest in the top seat are busy moving around the country to bid their political ambitions to the people.However the 2022 presidential race is seen as a two hoarse race between the deputy president William Ruto and the Orange democratic Movement party leader Raila Amollo Odinga.The duo have been visiting the vote rich region Mount Kenya as it is viewed as a determinant of the next president.
Today during an interview with the K24Tv, Alice Wahome has revealed the percentage amount of votes that the deputy president William Ruto Will Gain from the people of Mount Kenya.She stated that the electability of the deputy president is already decided and that other people are coming late.She further said that 85% of Mount Kenya region people have decided to elect Ruto.
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