Deputy President William Ruto is one of the leaders who started their 2022 campaigns early enough. The DP has been going round the nation especially in Mt. Kenya region campaigning seriously and good for him, he has been luring many people to support him.
Although that is the case, things have been changing in recent days after other presidential candidates like Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and others took their campaigns in Mt. Kenya region. As we are currently speaking, panic has probably rocked DP Ruto's camp after the Mt. Kenya residents made a surprise choice in the latest poll done by Mutahi Ngunyi.
Through his official twitter account, Mutahi Ngunyi who is a critic of DP Ruto claimed that the Kikuyu's are changing before he asked them if they would like an offshore account. Although DP Ruto's allies have been criticizing Uhuru and the offshore accounts, the Mt. Kenya residents went on to confirm that they are comfortable with the offshore account as 44.4% of the 2969 people who had voted went for YES.
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