Cotu secretary general Francis Atwoli has hit out on star Newspaper for the earlier reports they released on which ODM party leader Raila Odinga was always trailing behind Deputy president William Ruto. Atwoli claims the past reports were half baked and did not reveal full representation of Kenyans will towards 2022 presidency.
Atwoli was reacting to the latest polls by the media house which placed Odinga way beyond Dp Ruto in terms of popularity.
"@TheStarKenya should correct their previously misleading story that used falsified data collected from ONLY 3,000 respondents. Below is a more representative survey and a TRUE reflection of what is on the ground. In fact, by August Raila will be leading by more than 58%," Atwoli tweeted.
Atwoli joins a good section of Odinga's supporters who welcomed the results claiming Odinga's whim and influence has steadily grown therefore needing truer representation. Dp Ruto's allies however rubbished the results claiming they were doctored to interfere with Dp Ruto's campaign trail. What are your thoughts?
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