Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions after the Orange Democratic Party Leader Raila Odinga now appeared in the lead as the most Preferred Presidential candidate, ahead of the Deputy President William Ruto in the latest opinion poll conducted by TIFFA company.
TIFA fronted the Orange Democratic Party Leader Raila Odinga, the deputy President William Ruto, Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and others. According to the results, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga was in the lead with 39% support. Deputy President William Ruto comes second with 35% which is 5% lower than Odinga. Kalonzo Musyoka who recently announced that he will be in the race after ditching Azimio came third with 2%. Others have 1% with the number of undecided voters being high at 14%.
Kenyans have expressed different reactions some doubting these results citing that it has come too early just a few days after the Presidential candidates announced their running mates. Others opined that the actual results will be announced by the Independent Electoral And Boundaries Commission. Another sections felt that the Raila-Karua ticket is the best.
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