Radio Africa which one of the biggest media in the country has given the results of their tally to show on who has won the presidential race between Ruto and Raila Odinga. According to Radio Africa, the deputy President William Ruto has won the race to statehouse with 7,152,655 votes against Raila Odinga's 6,942,708 votes.
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Ruto's total tally comes to 50.20 percent which is round one win to statehouse while Azimio comes second with 48.08 percent. This is just the clearest indication that indeed Raila Odinga has lost the election to William Ruto and he is only waiting for announcement from Chebukati.
The latest reports from Radio Africa shows that Raila Odinga chances of being elected president have collapsed. This is indeed a major blow for Raila Odinga has tried to contest severally losing all through any time he tried.
It's also a fact that age has caught up with Raila Odinga and he is unlikely to contest in the future. Showing such poor results yet he is veteran in the Kenyan politics clearly demonstrates he is politically dump. The only Raila Odinga can do after losing the election to his political student William Ruto is to retire peacefully and kiss politics a goodbye.
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