With the campaign season entering its homestretch, the search for the Mount Kenya vote continues to be the theme for both the Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza Alliance camps.
It had been predicted that a choice of a running mate will be a big determiner of who succeeds President Uhuru Kenyatta who is currently serving his last term in office.
Senior Counsel Ahmednassir Abdullahi has shared his thoughts on the percentage support that Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Wangari Karua have in Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard.
The Grand Mullah who is a fierce critic of the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has now alleged that despite claims that Karua had taken the Mount Kenya region by storm, Ruto's camp has nothing to worry about.
Abdullahi claims that even though Karua has been making inroads in Mount Kenya, the ticket of Raila and Karua have only percentage support of only eleven support heading to the general elections which should be a cause of concern to the Azimio camp.
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