Vocal Lawmaker Wahome Thuku has reacted to Kenya Kwanza's Reception in Nakuru on 5 Friday.
Photo courtesy: Ruto's rally in Nakuru
According to photos shared on social media the camp led by Deputy President William Ruto was given an euphoric welcome by Nakuru locals but Wahome has delivered bad news to them.
Wahome who is affiliated to Azimio la Umoja, has claimed that despite Ruto's massive reception in Nakuru, Raul Odinga will get good number of votes there.
As per the Mt Kenya Lawyer, Nakuru is expected to have a turnout of about 76.9% during the election day and that the ODM boss will get around 45% of the votes.
Wahome says that Raila has inherited president Uhuru Kenyatta's votes in the region while Ruto will be on the lossing end.
"... NOW Nakuru has 1,054,856 registered voters.
Expected turnout is 76.9% (I know YUDA hates opinion polls now that all have gone south)
Raila is expected to get 45% of the turnout in Nakuru. Well, that is still debatable but at the least it will be more than 15%.
That should now tell you who has lost in Nakuru and who has gained. Assuming that Ruto is inheriting Uhuru votes. That's if you know Math and numbers." Wahome's post reads.
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