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"Huyo Jamaa Hana Kura Ni Kaunti Zake Sita Kule Kwao Tu" Kenneth Allege Places Where Dp Is Famous

As Kenya moves closer to general elections in August, the country's Deputy President, William Ruto, who is also the presidential candidate for the Kenya Kwanza alliance, and Raila Odinga, who is the presidential candidate for the Azimio la umoja One Kenya coalition party, are engaged in a fierce competition for influence. The elections are scheduled to take place in August.

Since it appears that Ruto has grown his influence in some areas that are perceived to be Raila's traditional strongholds and vice versa, it is expected that the battle between the two of them and indeed all of the other presidential candidates will be different in August. This is true regardless of who wins the election. This is true for each and every one of the other contenders as well.

And now, a former presidential candidate by the name of Peter Kenneth is claiming that there are approximately six counties in which the current deputy president, William Ruto, will easily defeat Raila Odinga in the election that will take place in August. This election will take place in August.

Kenneth asserts that Raila Odinga does not stand a chance of winning the election in at least six of the counties that are located in the Rift Valley. Among these counties are Uasin Gishu, Nandi county, Kericho county, and Bomet county, as well as two other counties. Kenneth did not name any of these counties by name, however.

"If you support Raila Odinga on August 9th, your vote will be very much appreciated. This individual (Democratic Party Deputy President William Ruto) has a stronghold that encompasses somewhere in the neighborhood of six counties, all of which he will unquestionably win in August. In the elections that are still to take place, Raila Odinga will emerge victorious." Kenneth made a remark, the meaning of which was only roughly conveyed through the translation.

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