Photo courtesy Facebook
Kapseret Member of Parliament Hon Oscar Kipchumba Sudi has reacted to opinion poll which showed Deputy president Dr William Samoei Ruto leading ahead of the oncoming 2022 general election.
According to Mp Sudi the polls published by the Star Newspaper were untrue and had been sponsored by the deep state.
The Kapseret Lawmaker has claimed contrary to Star's publication, DP Ruto was comfortably leading at 58% as Raila trails him at 37%.
He downplayed the polls adding that they were only meant to instill fear and panic among Hustler Nation supporters.
"Deep State, you will not win on this one. How can you say it's a tight race yet we know it's 58%(Ruto) against 37(Raila)?," the DP Ruto allied lawmaker reacted.
The upcoming election has proven a Two horse race between DP Ruto Kenya Kwanza Alliance and ODM leader Raila Odinga's Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance.
MP Oscar Sudi photo courtesy Facebook
The Two camps are seeking to command vote rich Mt Kenya region which has proven to be a determinant factor on who becomes the country's president.
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