Yesterday 28 May, Political Analyst and Commentator, Mutahi Ngunyi asked his followers on twitter whom they will vote between Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto in August 9th General elections. However, to his surprise, Out of 89,715 who participated in the poll 51.3% said that they will vote for Ruto-Gachagua ticket.
The ardent follower and supporter of Raila Odinga, spends his every waking moment dismissing Ruto's presidency through his Twitter handle . In the poll, the renowned politician and analyst provided four options for Kenyans to choose; Raila and his running Martha Karua, Ruto and his running mate Rigathi Gachagua, the undecided and those who will not vote.
From the total respondents, 51.3% said they will vote for the Ruto-Gachagua ticket in the August 9 General Election.The Raila-Karua followed closely with 40.8% of the total votes. However only 3% said they are still undecide on who they will vote for while 4.9% said they will not be participating in the elections whatsoever.
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