Ruto's ally Moses Kuria has today delivered a bad message to Raila Odinga. While speaking in Kiambu county, the Gatundu south member of parliament said they will beat Raila Odinga with a margin of four Million votes if they consolidate their votes together as Kenya kwanza Alliance.
This is bad news to Raila Odinga who is contesting against Kenya Kwanza Alliance flag bearer William Ruto.Moses Kuria is also vying for Kiambu County Gubernatorial seat using his Chama Cha Kazi.
The race between Raila Odinga and William Ruto are considered to be one of the toughest contest ever because of the political muscles of the two candidates. They have huge number of followers across the country and one between them is expected to form the next government.
Ruto is currently enjoying huge support in Riftvalley and Mt kenya region while Odinga is believed to be enjoying the support from Nyanza, Coast and Lower Eastern. Other regions remain for grab and they will determine who will win the election.
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