This is after Radio Africa conducted a poll on who Kenyans will vote for if elections were conducted today. In the new poll DP Ruto is leading with 43 percent while being followed by Raila Odinga at 14 percent. However, this is just the beginning of such polls before he confirms his running mate ahead of 2022 elections.
According to the star news paper, Ruto is leading in the polls but can't win round one meaning that the required percentage of the presidential Votes is 50 yet he as not hit the poll vote. Adding to that DP Ruto's running is still giving him headache on who to chose since he might be forced to choose from Mt Kenya to garner more votes.
Meanwhile, Musalia Mudavadi ANC party leader has claimed that his rivals referring to DP Ruto have stolen his economic ideas which has been mentioning. Musalia Mudavadi who has his eyes on the presidential seat has been campaigning using economic ideas such as bottom up which was picked and driven by his counter part William Ruto.
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