New details have finally emerged on what will happen to Deputy President William Ruto before March Next year.
According to Jubilee Vice-chairman David Murathe, a critic to the DP, said that Dr Ruto will be begging for support from kenyans running left, right and center looking for coalition.
Murathe spoke after the popular opinion poll conducted by infotrack revealed that hon Raila Amollo Odinga is ahead of the deputy president William Ruto in popularity.
” Ruto’s Popularity has lasted for less than a month. By March next year he shall be begging for Kenyans support as he run left, right and center begging for coalition.” Murathe alleged
According to Infotrak opinion poll released on Monday, leader Raila Odinga would win the presidential elections if the polls are held today beating Deputy President William Ruto but with a minimum margin, a poll has shown.
The Infotrak Voice of the People Poll, which gathered views of Kenyans on next year’s presidential elections, pointed out that the contest will be a neck-to-neck two-horse race.
The survey, which was conducted between 17 September and 21 December, said Raila’s popularity stood at 33 per cent while that of Ruto was at 32 percent.
The poll showed Ruto’s popularity has been dropping gradually in the last year while that of Raila significantly shot up particularly after the last Azimio La Umoja Convention on 10 December 2021 where the ODM leader declared his candidature.
Raila having declared his bid, He will face a tough fight against his new and much younger rival, Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto, who was previously promised Kenyatta’s backing for the top job in exchange for his support.
Ruto, 54, has positioned himself as a leader looking to upend the status quo and stand up for the “hustlers” trying to make ends meet in a country ruled by “dynasties”.
The Kenyatta and Odinga families have dominated Kenyan politics since independence in 1963.
In an interview with AFP in September, Odinga said he was confident of his ability to win over voters.
“I have a track record which Kenyans understand very well,” he said.