Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga are now Kenya's two most powerful presidential hopefuls. Other candidates for the same presidential post include Jimmy Wanjigi, OKA Principals, and Alfred Mutua.
When opinion polls are conducted in various parts of the country, deputy president William Ruto consistently defeats his close rival Raila Odinga. Raila Odinga, on the other hand, narrowly defeats Deputy President William Ruto with a low percentage.
Today, Deputy President William Ruto demonstrated unequivocally that he has a very good chance of winning the August national elections. According to the source, Deputy President William Ruto defeated rival Raila Odinga in seven of the country's most populous areas.
According to sources, vice president William Ruto is leading in the Central Kenya, lower Eastern Kenya, Nairobi County, North Eastern Kenya, North Rift, South Rift, and higher Eastern Kenya voting districts. Raila Odinga of the ODM leads vice president William Ruto in the coastal and western regions, respectively.
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