As 9 August 2022 general election approach politics is gaining momentum every day. Difference political slogans are holding series of rallies across the country .In the other side difference companies are busy conducting opinion polls survey to determine which candidate might win on August starting from MCA to presidential seat.
Dennis Itumbi a former statehouse controller is believed to have made public a secret county commissioners survey conducted in advance of the upcoming general elections.
Itumbi said via his social media page that the Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau had seen a report from the County Commissioners on the preferred presidential candidate between Dp William Ruto and Raila Odinga the leader of the Orange Democratic Party.
According to polls Raila Odinga was well behind William Ruto by a 12-point margin, according to Itumbi. According to them, the report was delivered last week.
Agents with the HNIB are pursuing reports that on Friday of last week County Commissioners indicated that William Ruto had increased his advantage over the nation as measured by a secret poll that HNIB had access to. Itumbi Citation
He continued by asserting that the Orange Democratic Party is trying to discredit the report by producing a survey that shows Raila Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Party to be 10 points ahead of William Ruto.
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