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Uhuru's Ally Elicits Mixed Reactions After Speaking Of Ruto's Popularity In Central

With less than 12 months to the next general elections here in Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta ally, Pauline Njoroge, has sparked reaction after speaking of Ruto's popularity in the central Kenya region.

Kenyans who interacted with her post sends mixed reactions saying the following as it has been captured.

Taking to her Facebook account early this morning, the vibrant Jubilee blogger Pauline Njoroge said Ruto was once the darling of the mount Kenya people and votes but since he has lost the supremacy.

Njoroge alleged that Deputy President William Ruto, based on the rating carried out in January 2021, was enjoying 85% of the Mount Kenya support.

The blogger has since said Ruto's popularity in the region has befold to the rating of 61% in October of the same year 2021.

Pauline Njoroge said, "From an approval rating of 85% on Mt. Kenya in January 2021, to a rating of 61% in early October 2021. Kweli, vindu vichenjanga!"

According to Pauline Njoroge, things have changed in the mount Kenya region and that Ruto might end up losing more of his supremacy from the region.

The alleged downfall of supremacy of Ruto's popularity from the region might be due to Raila visiting and camping from the region.

However, the two political bigwigs William Ruto and Raila Odinga will face off each other in the coming presidential elections as both seek to control Central Kenya region votes.

Meanwhile, share with us your thoughts on this matter kindly.

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