After the historic reception to Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, that was evidenced today in Nyeri county much has been said on whose ground is the mount region.Picture for illustrative purpose.
The issue of numbers in relation to the previous presidential election inspired vocal blogger and top lawyer, Wahome Thuku, to boldly conclude Raila Odinga will get quit a good number of votes from the region come August.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Wahome refuted the fact that Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate, William Ruto, has not yet penetrated the famous Mount region if at all he will not garner the 99% of registered voters that President Uhuru Kenyatta got in 2017. On the other hand Wahome noted Raila is not rejected by the region's voters as he is assured of getting more than the 1% of votes he got in 2017.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Wahome confidently concluded that there is no other way of defining the Ruto PENETRATION and the Raila REJECTION in Mt Kenya. It's about Numbers.
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