As 9 August general election approach politics is gaining weight each day. Difference political slogans are holding series of rallies across the country and making sure they hunt enough votes to win political seats come August. In the other hand difference companies are busy conducting opinion polls survey to determine which candidate might be victories during election.
When it was revealed that deputy president Ruto had a significant lead over the former prime minister in the most recent poll taken by Mombasa County citizens the people of Mombasa cheered. Mombasa county use to be Odinga backyard. In 2013 and 2017 he got a big number of vote from this county.KTN News aired the poll results last night.
The results, which were broadcast in the wee hours of the morning, show that among those who participated in the "mock voting "Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga received only 17 votes, while William Samoei Arap Ruto of the United Democratic Alliance, UDA party, received 19, causing the crowd to erupt in laughter in front of the cameras.
Former prime minister received only 17 votes among those who took part in the voting while Dp Ruto of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party received 19 causing the crowd to burst out in laughter in front of the cameras.Prof George Wajackoyah of the Roots party who is also presidential candidate finished third with just one vote.
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