As the date for general election draws closer. Kenyan politicians are becoming busy day in day out, in wooing the voters to support their bids. Mount Kenya region is one of the region in Kenya, known to be rich in votes. The presidential candidates are looking forward to having popularity in this region. Kenya kwanza presidential candidate William Samoei Ruto, has been the most popular in the region.
According to a post shared by kenyans.co.ke news on Twitter, Azimio la Umoja one Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga, is gaining voters trust in the mountain. As per the post Makau Mutua says,
"The ground in the mountain has shifted completely, where before it was Ruto, today it is baba and Martha. I saw this coming. Mountains are slippery, but none more than Mt Kenya. Polls show mr Odinga gaining incredible mileage in the mountain. Mr Gachagua puts hi foot in the mouth every time he opens it.
This will be a shock to DP president, if he loses from the mountain.
The question is do you think dp Ruto is loosing popularity in the mountain? What is your opinion?
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