In the run-up to the August election, former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga and Deputy President William Samoei Rut will compete for Uhuru's successor.
Online polls are conducted by a variety of media outlets, prominent bloggers, top politicians, and other political analysts to identify who has the most votes and who is largely accepted in the polls.
The national elections in August are only a few months away. Several leaders are eyeing various seats in the 2019 general election, but the presidential contest is considered to be a two-horse battle between Vice President William Rut and the Orange Democratic Movement's party head Raila Amoll. Odinga
In the president's newest poll, a major intelligence organization has seized the lead in determining who is the most ruthless and who is gaining ground among the pâtés. In August pâtés, Raila Amollo Odinga maintained his advantage over Deputy President William Samoei Rut, with the Deputy President taking 47 percent and Raila taking 46 percent.
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