Instead, he feels that he might be position three despite his massive influence on the ground in the current political arena.
Taking to his official online handle this late evening, the vocal Raila allied blogger has also stressed that the country's Second-in-Command who also appears to be a top obstacle to other top candidates will not even manage to get 30 per cent of votes cast.
Currently, the race to the country's top political seat appears to be between DP Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
For over the last three to four years, they have shown it that they are indeed more popular on the ground as they have been enjoying massive support from the people across the country not that any other candidate.
And so Robert Alai saying that the DP cannot even get the third position in the race comes as a surprise to many.
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