Deputy President William Ruto's Presidency has been given a major boost by the data released to the public by the independent electoral and boundaries commission concerning voter registration turnout in the first week.
According to the data released,the rift valley Region counties are leading the turnout with a huge margin compared to those other counties in the country.
The data shows that the Rift valley Region counties are leading with five and above percent while the other counties are having all below two percent.
With this data, it means that the deputy president William Ruto's strongholds are serious and want to take one of their own to the top seat.
Voter Registration turnout is always a problem in many places in the country with leaders forced to sweet talk and convince Kenyans to register as voters so that they can vote for the best leaders who can change the economy and the development rate of the country.
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