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“Raila Will Beat Ruto In First Round” Moses Kuria Alleges Latest Poll Set To Be Released

by Sir Wabwire Jr
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Azimio – One Kenya presidential candidate Raila Odinga would floor Kenya Kwanza’s William Ruto in the first round if elections were to be held today, Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria claims state house sponsored poll is set to be released today, Thursday, 4th August.

According to Gutundu South lawmaker, the last presidential poll is expected to be released today fronting the former prime minister Raila Odinga with 56 per cent ahead of Tuesday’s contest.

“Centre for Cats & Dogs to release their Final Poll today showing Raila leading with 56%. This is the last poll sponsored by Harambee House” Said Moses Kuria

This comes after Kenya Kwanza brigade held a press conference in the morning claiming that polls indicating that his main challenger in the state house battle Raila Odinga is ahead are sponsored polls aimed at hoodwinking the electorates to vote for Raila Odinga.

“Deep State has learnt that the desperate move to sponsor polls, where they have released more than 10 opinion polls within two weeks, shows that they are aware of the awaiting presidential lose” said Ruto at Karen.

Ruto also accused his boss Uhuru Kenyatta for allegedly orchestrating night meetings with law enforcers including the area chiefs to campaign Raila and hatch plots to direct the electorates to vote in a certain pattern on Tuesday.

William Ruto during press conference

“Meetings are being held to use law enforcers including area chiefs to campaign for my competitor Raila Odinga, and purport to plot mechanisms to direct the electorates vote in a certain pattern on the election day” added Ruto.

The latest survey had indicated that the Azimio presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga would beat Ruto with 7 per cent if elections were to be held today.

The research showed that Raila banks on 49 per cent while while comes second with 42 per cent.

The Roots Party presidential candidate would wield 2 per cent while Agano Party’s David Waihiga Mwaure would command 0.3 per cent oif elections were held today.

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