With few months to go to the next general elections, the Deputy President William Ruto is yet to announce his running mate in the new party, the United Democratic Alliances which has left Kenyans speculating who could be Ruto's best choice.
The Former Kakamega Senator Dr. Boni Khalwale has conducted an online poll on who Kenyans could advise the Deputy President William Ruto to pick as his Deputy.
Khalwale listed a number of possible Candidates who included Mathira Member of parliament hon Rigathi Gachagua, Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi, Kimani Ichungwa and Moses Wetangula.
From the preliminary results, the Amani National Congress Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi who recently joined the Deputy President William Ruto's camp has taken an early lead in the poll with 38.9%. The Mathira Member Of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua comes second with 33.2%. Moses Wetangula comes third with Kimani Ichungwa closing on the list.
"All indications are that @WilliamsRuto will win the 2022 Presidential Election. Who would u advice to be his Deputy President? " Khalwale Wrote.
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