This is the comparison of who between the two top political heavyweights made a better speech and caught the attention of many people than the other.
And as per the current results produced by Tuko News after engaging 2,589 voters in that poll, the Deputy President has gotten the victory against his top political rival Raila Odinga by getting 71% of the total votes.
Raila on the other hand has only garnered the remaining 21%, a true indication that DP Ruto caught the attention and hearts of many Kenyans with his speech than Raila who mostly spoke on the history of Kenyan heroes and his love and support for Mount Kenya.
Below are their speeches;
Even inside Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County where the national event was being held, we could hear many people who attended the event cheering at DP Ruto upon his arrival and also during his speech.
That alone indicated how much he was loved and how many were ready to hear from him more than any other person eyeing for the country's top political seat.
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