The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party national chairman and former Machakos county senator, Johnson Muthama has gone public to dismiss the latest survey that placed Ruto ahead of Raila in all the former eight provinces except Nyanza, with less than fifty percent of vote cast.
According to Muthama, the opinion polls were conducted by the opponents of the deputy president William Ruto and should never be taken seriously.
Muthama days that the William Ruto will win the 2022 presidential contest with more than 65 percent of votes in all the right former provinces of Kenya and not the percentage the survey is revealing.
He further admitted that it is only in Nyanza province where the deputy president William Ruto will not attain the sixty five percent but revealed that he will get a reasonable percentage in Migori county.
"It is without doubt that the deputy president commands 65% in this country. It is only in Nyanza he will garner less votes," Muthama said.
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