Tharaka Nithi senator Hon Kithure Kindiki who is a strong supporter of deputy president William Ruto has claimed that deputy president William Ruto has been the most popular presidential candidate for the last two years.
Taking to his social media accounts, Kindiki revealed that with only 75 days remaining before general election, nothing will reduce his popularity in the country.
According to him, Kenya Kwanza flag bearer will still remain to be a leading presidential aspirant and he is likely to be the next president of Kenya.
"Kenya Kwanza coalition has consistently maintained a clear lead in all opinion polls for most of the last two years" said Hon kindiki. "75 days to election day, nothing will change the decision of the majority to replace a government that has ruined our economy" he added.
Kenya Kwanza is facing Azimio team who recently unveiled Martha Karua as Raila's running mate with the hope of increasing their popularity in mount Kenya region.
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