The divide between Raila Odinga and vice president William Ruto in Nairobi is evident in the most recent Radio Africa opinion survey. With support from 41% of voters compared to Raila's 50%, deputy president William Ruto is gaining ground on Raila, according to the poll.
The poll only shows that William Ruto, the deputy president, has been gaining support steadily, especially in Nairobi County. As Ruto's support grows, Raila's control over Nairobi county is gradually eroding.
William Ruto, the vice president, has intensified his campaigns in Nairobi County, and it is obvious that his allies there are working very hard to help him defeat Raila Odinga. However, as we look toward the future, let's wait and see what happens since it's obvious that we are living in very fascinating times.
This just serves to reaffirm that, as we approach the elections on August 9, William Ruto, the deputy president, will most certainly make life difficult for Raila Odinga at the voting booth, particularly in Nairobi County. It is evident that Ruto's camp is currently exerting every effort to secure the support of Nairobi people.
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