After a letter was circulated on Tuesday 20th 2021 towards the dissolution of the partial coalition agreement between Jubilee an PDR (now UDA) in social media (see copies of the letter attached below), Tuko.co.ke conducted an opinion poll through their twitter handle @Tuko_co_ke.
They sought to know the opinions of Twitter users as aparteins the political party that has the highest chances of becoming the most powerful political outfit in Kenya come 2022. Even in light of the letter from Jubilee house, UDA Party which is closely associated with Deputy President William Ruto was touted as the most likely party by scoring 74%, followed by Raila Odinga's ODM party at 18% while Musalia Mudavadi's ANC and Jubilee party scored 4% each. Kalonzo's Wiper party and Wetangula's Ford Kenya did not even find their names on the list.
Could this be signs enough that the ground is gradually shifting in favor of one William Ruto?
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