Kenyans woke up on a shocking news today that, the findings of the research that was conducted by Kenyans.co.ke indicated that, D.p William Ruto was far much ahead of the former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga in the list of top 100 politicians in Kenya for the year 2021.
According to the research findings, D.p William Ruto who is linked with UDA Party was position 2 while the ODM party leader Raila Odinga was position 3 in the list of top 100 politicians.
The finding had it that, William Ruto had morphed into a political force that had seen him establish himself as a political kingpin who was keen on the presidency come 2022, something that had put him at loggerheads with the Jubilee party administrators.
On the other hand, the researchers claimed that, RailaOdinga had been keen on ensuring inclusivity in Kenyan politics and spent 2020 and part of 2021 pushing for the adoption of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
Further, Kenyans.co.ke, conducted another online research to determine who among William Ruto and Raila Odinga would Kenyans vote for president.
The research was conducted for 19 hours involving 800 Kenyans of which, 73% declared that they would vote for William Ruto as the president, while 27% for Raila Odinga.
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