The race between 2022 Presidential candidates to win over the support from the Mt Kenya is still on as Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto and other aspirants are working hard to be popular in this region.
The results yet again showed that William Ruto is still more popular in the Mt Kenya region as he has 58.2 per cent popularity against 27.1 per cent of Raila Odinga.
The results from this poll got Kenyans express their reactions with many believing that Raila Odinga is perfectly working his way up against Ruto who begun his campaigns in the Mt Kenya region a long time ago.
Take a look:
Dennis: "In fact DP Ruto has been campaigning in the Mt Kenya region since 2013. Raila began tour to the region a few months ago. At 27.1%, I'd say he is doing just fine and on the right track."
Best: "But raila just need like 20-30% and if can get 27% by now that means by march it will increase to 30%."
Thee: "Looking at the poll results, Raila Odinga popularity is escalating."
DW: "Since the start of uhuru second term he took his time within Mt Kenya giving him that high number #MtKenyaPollRelease."
What are your reactions on this poll?
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