In its normal Kivumbi 2022 presidential opinion surveys accomplished across all boroughs in the country, KTN News after immersing the residents of Mombasa county inquired them to vote for their beloved presidential nominee.
And after the statisticss was accomplished in the full scowl of the cameras, Deputy President William Ruto surprisingly emergeed up to the champion with an amount of 19 votes against Raila Odinga who got 17 votes. Wajackoyah of Roots Party managed to get 9 votes.
And shortly after the counting was through, a number of Ruto proponents who were part of the meeting with KTN could be seen enjoying the projection of the findings.
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This arrives at a moment when numerous opinion surveys accomplished by both Info track and other understood study companies have positioned Raila Odinga ahead of Ruto in the region.
Nonetheless, Ruto and his squad have been doubting the outcomes as Kenya Kwanza heightens its campaigns in the coastal province which was once Raila Odinga's battalion.
Currently, Ruto has the backing of Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya and his Kilifi counterpart Amason Kingi, they both abandoned Raila's Azimio la Umoja headquarters. The coastal region is anticipated to be one of the battlefields of Ruto and Raila in August
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