Former Statehouse Digital Strategist, Dennis Itumbi, who is currently a strong supporter of deputy president William Ruto and a Spokesperson of Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau (HNIB) has revealed that the Government has undertook a secret survey poll to determine the most popular presidential candidate between deputy president William Ruto and former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The survey was mainly researched by county commissioners and they reported back to the Government last Friday. And according to the report from Itumbi, deputy president William Ruto is leading by 12% ahead of Raila Odinga.
But Itumbi has alleged that Deep state and System are trying to twist this and they have already ordered polling networks to release an opinion poll showing that ODM party leader is ahead of deputy president William Ruto by 10 points. This will be released next week as per the report from HNIB Boss.
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