Through TUKO news verified facebook page, Moses kuria prediction on who will win presidency between deputy president honourable William Ruto and former prime minister Raila odinga has sparked mixed reactions since some have agreed with his survey while others have condemned him for saying the impossible.
According to the figures shared by TUKO news verified facebook page, The gatundu south member of Parliament predicted that his Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate will win by more than 60% of the total votes casted (10,578,553) followed by Azimio La umoja leader with 38% (6,662,441).
Majority of the online users have said that the coming election will be one of the most competitive and moses kuria should not assume as if winning the too seat is an easy task.
Others have said that they will never vote for Dp Ruto even if their preferred choice Raila Odinga will not be on the ballot they will chose even George Wajackoyah.
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