Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga's heroic reception in Eldoret today, has continued to elicit mixed reactions from Kenyans and leaving some people confused on whether the big crowds are directly indicating the number of votes, which a candidate might get in upcoming 2022 general elections.
Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Hon Ngunjiri Wambugu, is one of the leaders who have reacted on the big crowd what has turned up to welcome Mr Odinga in DP Ruto's backyard addimitting that crowds are not directly indicating the number votes. In his latest message on Facebook which seems to be referring to the huge crowd which welcomed Raila in Eldoret, Wambugu said that crowds are not votes.
According to him, Raila's heroic reception in Eldoret which is Deputy President Dr William Ruto's home town is a clear indication that crowds are not votes. Since it is not possible that that huge crowd which has turned out to welcome the ODM chief Raila Odinga who is the main competitor of DP Ruto's presidential bid will vote for him next year.
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