NTV Kenya Senior Political reporter Kennedy Mureithi has Revealed why it will be hard for the former Prime Minister to beat the President-elect William Samoei Arap Ruto Should the Supreme Court orders for a rerun or a run-off.
According to Ken Mureithi, Deputy President William Ruto is today secretly eyeing regions where Raila Amolo Odinga got massive votes in the recently ended August 9th polls.
Deputy President William Ruto is eyeing Mandera County where in the last election Raila got 106,279 against Ruto 28,357 already entry of United Democratic Movement (UDM) party into Kenya Kwanza complicates issues.
Ruto has also Welcomed Devolution Empowerment Party, DEP where the former Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi joined Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Already the Current Governor Kawira Mwangaza has joined Ruto ready to Campaign for Supreme Court orders for another Presidential Election. In the last election Ruto had 398,946 votes against Raila 103,679.
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