The war of votes between the deepstate and the hustlers nation is getting more real as Jubilee candidates lag behind as per the results trickling in from the 3 by elections conducted today.
According to the results shared by tangatanga blogger Dennis Itumbi,it is crystal clear that United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party which is linked to the deputy president William Ruto is ahead in all the mini polls.
The three popular national parties ODM, Jubilee and UDA had fielded their candidates in the three by elections in Bonchari constituency,Juja and Rurii Ward in Nyandarua county.
It is a war between Kenyan political bigwigs former prime minister Raila Odinga(ODM), deputy president William Ruto (UDA)and president Uhuru Kenyatta (Jubilee).
If the results as shared by Itumbi are a thing to go by,dp Ruto will be the biggest beneficiary politically bearing in mind he has 2022 political ambitions.
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