With slightly over one month to go to the highly anticipated August general elections, political commentator Harman Manyora has predicted that the mount Kenya region where it is believed to be deputy President William Ruto's stronghold, may turn out to be his worst nightmare once counting of votes gains momentum on election day.
According to Manyora, Ruto and Rigathi Gachagua can withstand the pressure that comes with political loss especially after investing billions in countywide campaigns. However, an opposite turn of events from mount Kenya region will be Ruto's worst moment ever in the world of politics.
Harman Manyora who was speaking to K24's Allan Owino on the Sunday Review segment further stated that Ruto is headed to opposition and their is no doubt in that, and its only a matter of time.
"I have bad news for Ruto and Gachagua, anyone can lose an election. If Ruto loses this election and I think he will, he will accept it but the pain he will experience when he sees the numbers coming from the Mountain will crush him." Manyora said.
Meanwhile, recent opinion polls have projected an increase of prospects to Azimio la Umoja in the vote-rich Mount Kenya region in what has been attributed to the nomination of Martha Karua to the top seat at the expense of Kalonzo Musyoka.
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