Barely less than 34 days to the general elections, each aspirant is setting their bar high. Despite having the presidential candidate polls, also the deputy president running have be linked to polls.
Many Kenyans have claimed that for the first time running mates will be playing a hemp role in ensuring their candidates cruise their competitors ahead of the August elections.
The contest has been centered on two presidential candidates with Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja Coalition and Deputy president of Kenya kwanza Alliance being perspected as the main horses.
From the standard polls, the Iron lady managed to get 49 percent possibility as Rigathi trailed with 30 Percent. This sounds good news to the Azimio brigade since Martha Karua might help the team at least to get some votes from the Mountain despite major indifferences being experienced in the Past between Odinga and Mount Kenya.
On the other hand, this might sound somehow disgusting to the deputy president Dp Ruto since from most of the opinion polls his popularity in the Mountain is slowly dropping in favor of Raila.
Has Karua Impacted Raila's popularity more than Gachagua to Ruto?
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