The August election is currently taking place, and the presidential seat, which pits Moi's student against Moi's opposition leader and a leader of the second liberation, is unquestionably the most contentious political post. They are both adored and despised by Kenyans due to their brilliance, wit, and cunning. The presidency is without a doubt the one that is most hotly contested. Who do you anticipate winning? According to a KTN News opinion poll, Raila scored a 73 percent favorability rating compared to Ruto's less than 20 percent.
Susan Kihika of UDA led with 58%, while Raila's ally had 32%. The question is, who is leading in the country between Ruto and Raila?
Wejackoyah, who had been considered one of the most competitive candidates for president, appears to have lost ground in the most recent poll. In the contest for the Kenyan presidency and vice presidency, the most recent poll places him ahead of Deputy President William Ruto. However, because the polls were conducted by media organizations that back Rails Odinga, Ruto has discredited the results, calling them phony.
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