On Thursday, George Wajackoyah of Roots and William Ruto of Kenya presented their platform.
Raila Odinga, a presidential hopeful from Azimo, unveiled his platform last month. Different politicians have evaluated the platforms of these three leaders and come to varying conclusions on whose platform is the strongest.
After Dp Ruto delivered his manifesto, he voiced his opinions. Using his verified Twitter account, the lawmaker claimed that after contrasting the Kenya Kwanza manifesto with Azimio, it was evident that support for Dp Ruto's position had shifted. 10 to 14% of the population.
"The Kenyan voter is smart, understanding, intelligent and loves his people and the country. That is why after comparing the resolution with the Kenya Kwanza manifestos ... you see a change in support for DP William Ruto between 10 and 14% .... "Manifestos are important to the Kenyan voter," he said.
With just 38 days to go until the August national elections, it is expected that there will be a change in support for the various presidential candidates expected to take place.
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