Odinga Raila Close Friend and former Kamukunji MP, Maina Kamanda, has conveyed some terrible news to Deputy President William Ruto and his staff. Kamanda has contested recent poll results that showed Ruto ahead of Azimio leader Raila Odinga in Nairobi County.
Raila Odinga, according to a poll done by the radio Africa group, will garner barely 30% of Nairobi's votes. On the other hand, Deputy President William Ruto has almost 50% of the Nairobi vote.
In contesting these contests, Kamanda has stated that Azimio has nothing to fear from Nairobi's vice president.
He added that Ruto does not have any votes in the city and that measures are being taken to ensure that the UDA does not win a single seat in the upcoming general elections.
These comments come at a time when new political alliances and organizations are forming daily.
Deputy President William Ruto and his close opponent from Azimio, Raila Odinga, are the two leading presidential candidates at the moment.
Both will contest the August 2022 general elections.
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