Boni Khalwale who is among the famous people on social media in Kenya today posted a photo showing different percentages among who are interested in Kakamega gubernatorial seat and wrote that the tell of pollsters.
Mboya tweeted, "Doc never take such pollsters seriously. Let your mobilization work for you. I know your main threat is Fernandes map out his stronghold vs your stronghold then do the maths of numbers. Focus on key battleground and hit harder."
Dre tweeted, "How do you believe in a poll carried out on twitter knowing very well that it is not a true representation of Kakamega? Kipkorir and 10k others from Bomet voted for you and you still believe you'll win. Savula will root Baraza and that will be your end."
Minikez tweeted, "I still think you deserve it Bonnie. You've got to be grounded kama the likes of Kibwana and Karua. You didn't need to team up with thugs to sail through! You could have gone it alone and still win. Now you have joined the long list of those who are 100% dependant on 1 man Ruto."
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