Former Law Society of Kenya President, Nelson Havi has reacted to the latest Opinion Poll done by Intel Research Solutions. The vocal UDA Politician who is vying for Westlands Parliamentary seat has praised IRS for accurate polls as he reinstates that the firm is the most reliable.
Intel Research Solutions placed DP Ruto at 49.9% as the most preferred Presidential candidate followed by Raila Odinga of Azimio La Umoja at 42.5%. 3.7% of the respondents are still undecided while Roots Party Flag bearer, Prof. Wajackoyah of coming at third position with 2.8% and Waihiga David lagging behind at 1.1%.
@NelsonHavi Intel Research Solutions is far off the mark on available scientific predictions that William Ruto will win the election for President of the Republic of Kenya with over 60% votes. Without manipulation, Intel Research Solutions will get it right, as have the People of Kenya.
Nelson Havi has reinstated that the latest Poll by IRS is a clear indication that Kenya Kwanza Alliance Flag bearer, William Ruto will win August 9th Election with over 60% of the total votes cast. He has echoed Hon. Rigathi Gachagua who has always reinstated that Ruto will win by over 60% of votes. Various Research Firms have released different Opinion Polls over the past few months even as both Raila and Ruto elude confidence in winning August Presidential election.
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