A random opinion poll conducted by KTN News in Mombasa county has revealed very interesting results as Dp Ruto has shown dust Raila Odinga and the Roots Party Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah.
According to the results, the second in command was voted by 19 voters emerging the winner followed closely by Raila Odinga at 17 votes while the 'ganja President' followed at a distance with 8 votes.
Mombasa county should be noted that has been a stronghold of Raila Odinga, however, the random polls has revealed different results that would likely change the perception of many people who probably believes Raila Odinga has numbers in Mombasa.
This now gives the second in command extra confidence that he will likely gets many votes from Mombasa a ground that has been fully behind Raila Odinga for the past years a move that leave Raila Odinga with a big lesson on what to do with only 35days to the August general elections.
Raila should now ignite his close allies in Mombasa to ensure the ground is stable and will give him more votes and seats from the county.
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