Gatundu South Member of Parliament and strong Deputy President William Ruto's ally Moses Kuria has predicted the number of votes Kenya Kwanza will beat Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga with.
This comes with only thirty-nine days to the August 9th general elections with a titanic battle expected between Deputy President William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
However, according to Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria who is eyeing the Kiambu gubernatorial seat is that the Kenya Kwanza camp will beat the Raila Odinga's led Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance by four million votes.
In a video posted online by one of the local stations, the outspoken Moses Kuria who spoke ahead of the Kenya Kwanza manifesto launch today noted that he is confident that Deputy President William Ruto will clinch the presidency.
Moses Kuria further noted that Raila Odinga's yesterday's remarks that he is ready to accept defeat is welcoming as that will ensure peaceful transition of power.
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