According to recent reports heard on the radio and television, well-known politician samba arati from Azimio has defeated his Kenyan counterpart, kwanza, in the most recent votes.
According to reports that this writer has seen, Arati has at least 49 percent of the vote, while Ezekiel Mochagu, a close contender from Ruto's side, has 33 percent.
ODM is still the most popular party in Kisii county, according to the most recent development. Previously, the area had been supporting former prime minister Raila Odinga for president.
However, things appear to be changing as most locals are choosing to vote for a non-member of Azimo.
Another well-known product of the region is Doctor Fred Matiangi, a no-nonsense cabinet secretary.
As politicians compete for various political positions, more dramas are anticipated around the nation.
According to the most recent nationwide poll, deputy president William Ruto had a more than 50 percent chance of winning the first round versus his closest rival from Azimio, who had 44 percent.
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