The Deputy President William Ruto has received unexpected praise from City lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi who claims he's doing better than his main competitor, the Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Taking to his Twitter handle, the flamboyant City lawyer has said that the Deputy President William Ruto and the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are both doing in terms of mobilizing crowds but Ruto's is far much ahead than Odinga. According to the City lawyer, Raila Odinga's crowd is low on enthusiasm compared to his main competitor the Deputy President William Ruto.
The two leading presidential candidates are busy moving across the country drumming support for their presidential bid. Although the Deputy President William Ruto has been campaining since the birth of handshake unlike Odinga who is just two weeks in the field, AhmedNasir says that Ruto's Political rallies appears more energetic and motivated unlike the Raila Odinga's crowd. The two leaders are trying all means possible to woo the voters.
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