IEBC Chairman, Wafula Chebukati; Image for illustration purposes only
The results of 2022's most preferred presidential candidate revealed by a poll on Monday puts the Deputy President on top of the list.
Various sources have been conducting online polls in regard to the 2022 where Kenyans weigh in the possible outcome should the elections be conducted today.
The Deputy President William Ruto has however maintained his dominance over other aspirants. A poll conducted by K24 on Monday has finally ended, with Ruto-Muturi combination taking the lead against Raila-Waiguru and two others.
Although the duo's don't summarily mean that the paired candidacy is what Kenyans should expect in 2022, the outcome speaks volumes on Kenya's most favourite candidate.
Apart from taking the lead in all polls conducted by various sources, Ruto's UDA party has consequently been the most preferred party for most Kenyans ahead of 2022.
The screenshot below has captured a series of overwhelming results in hustler nation camp.
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