In Star Publication that is set for tommrow, Monday 23rd of August, a new poll conducted by Radio Africa Limited has revealed the percentage by number of votes some Presidential would have gathered if elections were conducted today.
Deputy President William Ruto leads with 43 percent followed by Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga with 14%.The other candidates;Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula have got a combination of 43 percent of the total votes.
According to Senior council Ahmednassir Abdulahi, he has dismissed these opinion poll results stating that the are all cooked staff.
"Look at this cooled staff, Ruto at 43%,Raila at 14 percent and then you have 40 other candidates sharing 43 percent, laughable..", Ahmednassir stated.
From the polls from it iss clear that Ruto can't win with 43 percent since he needs 50+1 percent therefore it would be necessary for round two so that a winner may be established.
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