According to the statement shared by the strong supporter of the deputy president William Ruto ally Dennish Itumbi, he stated that the ally of the deputy president William Samoei Ruto is currently leading in the both by-elections conducted at Kiagu and Mahoo ward.
The counting is currently underway as the deputy president William Samoei Ruto candidate tops the both list with over 100 votes.
According to his statement, here is the breakthrough: at Kiagu ward, the deputy president William Ruto UDA candidate has gathered a total votes of 600 votes followed by the ODM candidate with only 200 votes. At Mahoo ward, the deputy president William samoei Ruto candidate tops the list as he has already gathered almost a total of 2300 votes followed closely with ODM candidate at 1300 votes.
The move is likely to shape a new alliance of the upcoming 2022 general election as this latest by-election might be a huge threat at the the deputy president William Ruto.
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