It is now 34 days to the general elections. Kenyans are still digesting the manifesto launched by the four presidential candidates. However, this is limited to the small parcentage of Kenyans who were yet to determine to decide on their precidential candidate besed on the manifesto. Those who vote on their tribal allignation and due to the influence of some politicians made their choice long time ago.
In the latest polls done by the IRS opinion polls on the four candidates, the race is still a two horse race. This is despite Wajackoya's influence which had been seen to be gaining momentum.
Kenya Kwanza's William Ruto is at the lead with 49.9%. Raila Odinga is coming second with a popularity of 42.5%. Gorge Wajackoya and David Mwaure Waihiga gained a popularity of 2.8% and 1.1% respectively. This results shows that Kenyan voters would be taken back to the ballot for a re-run elections. 50% plus one mark was not attained. However, we wait for August 9.
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