Raila Odinga and Ruto. Photo courtesy.
Next year's general election is expected to the one of the tightly contested poll in the republic of Kenya. It is a change over where the incubent will not be vying in the same contest. President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to exit Statehouse according to the Constitution of Kenya. The Constitution allows residents to elect their preferred candidate after every five years circle.
Well, in 2022, presidential race is between former prime minister Honerable Raila Odinga and Deputy president William Ruto. The duo have been moving from one county to another Campaigning. Mount Kenya region has been the Center of all attractions. Troops from Ruto's Camp and Those from Odinga camp have been camping in the region with an aim of winning then over.
Well, as Polls approaches. Several online prediction polls are being Conducted, and from the latest one. Orange democratic party leader Honerable Raila Odinga is leading by a wider Margin as Ruto come second. This is an indication that Maybe Odinga is gaining grounds again.
Several people have taken to social media to react on the poll. Some claiming that it might be doctored Infavour of Odinga, while some are claiming that it is a clear indication that Odinga is back.
Here are some reactions.
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