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Presidential Election To Be Held Today; The Votes Ruto Will Get Against Raila

Daniel Mutuva



Photo: ODM Leader Raila Odinga (left) and Deputy President William Ruto (right)

As we approach 2022 general election in Kenya, Kenyans are eager on great concern on who might succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta as he set to retire. Different options has been given out pertaining the win of the presidential candidates who might contest for Kenya’s top seat.



Suppose Presidential Election were to be held today, the deputy President of Kenya William Ruto the candidate with Orange Democratic party leader as his opponent, reports outlines that DP Ruto will bag more votes than Raila Odinga. As per reports confirmation, the deputy President William Ruto is liked by the majority of Kenyans having taken his brand name as the “hustler nation” in his political move.


Photo: Deputy President William Ruto in a politically rally

As per the reports, Raila Odinga had more followers and had gained bold support when he was in opposition before the handshake with president Uhuru Kenyatta. Raila by then seemed to fight for the interest of Kenyans against the exploitation by the ruling government.


However, the deputy President William Ruto has gained Popularity and bold support by vast Kenyans over his actions in his political move. Ruto has taken Hustler nation to be his brand name as he assists the low class people in the society so called hustlers to meet their requirements and demands.

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William Ruto has gained support from both elderly and youths in the society as reports outlines. He has been a back up to meet the requirements and demands of low class individuals in society through his donation to the vulnerable and less fortunate individuals in the society. This action has made him to gain bold support ahead of 2022 general election as reports indicates.

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