Recent surveys conducted by various organizations consistently show Raila Odinga in the lead in Nairobi county. This offered the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement ODM a straightforward victory in the county. According to recent polls, the city was one of the ODM leader's strongholds and in contrast to William Ruto, he enjoyed tremendous support there.
Even if Raila Odinga is ahead in the county, it appears that things are beginning to go against him. According to a recent opinion survey by Radio Africa, the vice president is becoming more well liked across the nation. Ruto is now closing in on Raila Odinga in Nairobi county, according to information obtained by The Star.
The Ruto camp, which has been separated from Raila's team in Nairobi, will welcome this news. Odinga triumph in August would be certain if the UDA leader could be captured in Nairobi which is his stronghold. Ruto will have a greater chance of winning the presidential election if he can narrow the gap that has existed in Nairobi between him and Raila. But with 34 days till election day, Ruto is currently catching up to Raila in Nairobi County.
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