Former Jubilee Party Secretary General Rafael Tuju has come out to react to how Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga has performed the in Mt Kenya region in the just concluded general election.
While speaking to the media, the vocal Azimio la Umoja Allied politician said that the former Prime Minister has performed very well in the Mt Kenya region. The region is considered one of DP Ruto's strongholds.
However, according to the just concluded election, Deputy President Dr. William Samoei Ruto scooped a lion's share of the total votes that were cast. The United Democratic Alliance Party also scooped the majority of seats in the Mt Kenya region.
During the campaign period, Azimio la Umoja allowed leaders said that the veteran politician wants a small percentage of votes from the Mt Kenya region to propel him to victory come August 9th. He also went ahead and settled on Martha Karua as his running mate in o1rder to scoop votes in the region.
All attention will now focus on the IEBC to see who will carry the day in the just concluded elections as far as the Mt Kenya votes are concerned.
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