The Deputy President of Kenyae, Dr. William Ruto has been dealt a huge blow in relation to his popularity in President Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard. DP Ruto was seen as the favourite candidate to receive full backing of Mt. Kenya residents in next year's Presidential elections but recent political developments seems to move against him.
Photo Courtesy/ Raila and DP Ruto having light moments in a past event
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According to the Star Newspaper, the Deputy President's popularity in Mt. Kenya has drastically reduced after ODM Party Leader, Raila Odinga's recent frequent tours in the region. From the Survey, DP Ruto is leading in popularity at 57.2%, followed by Raila Odinga at 11%, Alfred Mutua at 3.8%, Musali Mudavadi at 2.6% and Gideon Moi at 1.2%.
The recent survey shows that Raila's popularity in Pres. Uhuru's backyard seems to be growing as time moves. Raila Odinga has been camping in Mt. Kenya region as he seeks to boost his chances of gaining more support from the region.
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