Gatundu South member of parliament and Kiambu County gubernatorial candidate Moses Kuria has this evening, Saturday, May 28, 2022 released results of a presidential poll carried out by him and his team.
Kuria who is contending for the Kiambu gubernatorial seat under Chama cha Kazi released the results showing the number of voter’s turnout and who they will likely vote for as President in the 47 counties.
The polls further indicated the total votes Ruto and Raila may likely get and the percentage of the votes casted. The overall results showed Deputy president William Ruto as the winner after garnering over 10million votes while Raila trails with 6 million votes.
The poll showed interesting results in some counties. For example, in Kisumu, Siaya and homabay, Ruto will only manage to get 2% of the total votes while Raila will take 98% of the votes.
This is however expected as the mentioned counties are Raila’s strongholds.
In rift valley counties such as West Pokot, transnzoia and Uasin Ngishu, Raila will manage only 10% of the total votes while Ruto gets 90%.
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