Former Kakamega Senator Boniface Khalwale to Find Out various Presidential Candidate Popularity Across The Country. He considered what we Term as Big Fish in Next General Election. These presidential Hopeful Includes; Deputy President William Ruto, ODM leader Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi
Poll Ran By Khalwale Revels that Dp Ruto is Dominating Country's Vote Bases and has huge Support From Kenyans. Even with The other Three Remaining Candidates Combined, Ruto will Show Them Dust.
The Twitter Conducted by Khalwale indicates that Ruto has 73 Percent From The Kenyans an indication He's a Formidable Candidate and Favourite to Take over From President Kenyatta.
Raila Odinga who is likely to Pull His last bullet in Upcoming Elections comes in second with 16%. Details From the Data indicates that over 3,300 Netizens Participated in the Poll survey
Ruto's Hustler Narrative is Taking Kenya by storm and seems like the wave is Growing Bigger and his Competitors Need to Level up their Game.
Mudavadi has been lately Attacked by Alfred Mutua For Copying His ideas and urged Him to Brain storm and sell something Better to Kenyans
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