Today during an interview with one of TV stations in Kenya, Raila Odinga spokesman Makau Mutua has predicted the percentage of votes that deputy president William Ruto will get in this coming elections. Makau Mutua said that Kenya Kwanza coalition have forgotten the role of Women's in this country this is because he has not given any woman a powerful post in his government.
Furthermore, he said that Kenya Kwanza coalition is not uniting Kenyans but their main agenda is to grab powerful position in government to benefit themselves. He continued and said that he will not be surprised to see deputy president William Ruto not getting more than 40% of total votes across the country. He also, said that Raila Odinga picking Martha Karua as his running mate has totally changed most of people minds and this gives Raila Odinga high chances of being the next president after Uhuru Kenyatta.
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