Former prime minister Hon. Raila Odinga has overtaken the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto in Radio Africa poll. 49% to 42%. This will spanked mixed reactions across the country especially from deputy president William Ruto's camp.
Because most of the opinion polls results has been favouring in some counties, however it's believe by a section of Kenyans that deputy president William Ruto will beat Raila Odinga in this year's presidential elections.
While some other section are saying that there is no way deputy president William Ruto can beat Raila Odinga including president William Ruto who has showed huge support for Raila Odinga ahead of the August 9 general elections.
The same people who have been flaunting these same polls from this same pollster will now throw tantrums. 0nly 70% for baba in NEP, is what I have doubts about.
By May, there will be no contest between deputy president William Ruto and Raila Odinga for the August 9 Poll.
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