Deputy President Dr William Ruto who is also the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition presidential candidate, has been dealt a huge blow after over 700 professionals from his backyard in Elygeyo Marakwet County dumped his for Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
According to the report by the Star Newspaper, over 700 professionals from Deputy President Dr William Ruto's backyard have dumped the second in command and endorsed the Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga, arguing that Odinga is the best presidential candidate who has a good agenda of transforming the country compared to his rival William Ruto.
They have argued that Odinga is the best suited to fight corruption which is the main crisis in the country which is in currently. Hence he is going to make a good president and they are committed to campaigning for him in the county, to make sure he gets a huge chunk of the Rift Valley region votes in this year's polls.
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