Dr William Samoe Ruto, the deputy president of Kenya and hon Raila Odinga, the former prime minister as well as the current opposition leader in Kenya are regarded as the main Political competitors in the country. These two leaders are vying for the country's presidential seat where each one of them is hopeful that he will ascend to power come 2022.
Now, today, the kenyans.co.ke conducted an opinion polls involving Raila Odinga and his political rival, Dr William Samoe Ruto. These polls was related to yesterday's Mashujaa day celebrations where kenyans.co.ke asked the netizens to vote for the best speech between Dp Ruto and the ODM boss hon Raila Odinga.
A total of 2589 people participated on these polls and after some time, Dr William Ruto emerged as the winner beating Raila Odinga by 41%. He scored a total of 71% of the total votes while mr Odinga got 29% of the total votes. This is not the first time for Ruto to beat Raila Odinga on such polls, last week, the country's second in command beaten Raila Odinga in Mount Kenya's popularity by around 15%.
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