According to the latest opinion poll if elections happened today, the deputy president William Ruto would easily make his way to statehouse. The poll shows Ruto would win 66.66 percent with Odinga only getting 33 percent.
This is not the only opinion poll that has put the deputy president William Ruto ahead. It's clear he leads as others follow something that has been seen lately and as a fact of the matter it's clear he was simply headed to victory.
The fact of the matter is that the deputy president William Ruto started his campaigns earlier enough and he seems fully prepared to meet Odinga at the ballot. Looking closely William Ruto has managed to cut his own political niche.
The deputy president William Ruto has managed to win the hearts of many and clearly moving into the 2022 general election, Raila Odinga could have himself to blame. Clearly the battle lines are drawn something that confirms of why Ruto might easily win the top seat ahead of the 2022 general election but as always time will tell of what will unfold.
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