As the battle for the mountain continues to gather momentum, deputy president William Ruto still remains the man to beat having pitched tent there for some times now.
CEO mizani Africa Haron Kiriba justified Ruto's lead saying that the DP has been consistent in engaging the locals.
However, he admitted that Raila is making inroads in the vote rich region with a number of the elderly people drifting towards him.
Nevertheless, the Youths seem to be stuck with the Deputy president William Ruto whose bottom up economic model and Hustler brand of Politics seem to resonate well with them.
On who should Deputise Ruto, speaker of national assembly Justine Muturi emerged top at 28.7% followed by former kiambu governor William kabogo at 27.7%.
Overall, Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua leads on who can be the best fimale running mate with 34.8% followed by kirinyaga governor Ann waiguru.
Mount Kenya region will be entering 2022 general election without a serious candidate leaving the votes up for grabs as Various Contenders continue to salivate at the over 8 million votes.
It now remaims to be seen whether Ruto will maintain his lead up to the material day of August 2022.
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