Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has said that from the research he conducted, he found out that Deputy President William Ruto who is among the best presidential candidate for the coming 9th August election is ahead of Raila Odinga with more votes.
From his research conducted in all the 47 counties, he noticed that Ruto will win by 10,578,553 which is almost equal to 61.36% whereas Raila Odinga will get 6,662,441 votes and this represent 38.64%
He added that from the total of 21,846,468 registered voters only 17,240,993 will turn out to vote.
Moses Kuria who is now vying for the Kiambu Gubenatoreal seat also says that he has been conducting research since the 1992 presidential election and the biggest he has ever missed the prediction is by only 3%.
What is your take on this predictions?This is just prediction from research done and it does not guarantee William Ruto that he will emerge the winner come next election.
It is the duty of every citizen to ensure that they turn out to vote to ensure that the leader of their choice wins.
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