Deputy President William Ruto is anticipating receiving a certain amount of votes from Nakuru County in the presidential election on August 9th, according to Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria.
All presidential candidates, including former prime minister Raila Odinga, are camped out in Nakuru County, which has more over 1.1 million registered voters.
On Friday, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, which is led by Rigathi Gachagua, the coalition’s running mate, set up camp in Nakuru County, where they had previously promoted William Ruto’s candidacy in August.
Gachagua, who was joined by Kuria, declared that they were hoping to get the support of 99.9% of Nakuru County voters in August.
Kuria in particular exuded assurance that Ruto would win Nakuru county with 1.1 million votes.
Kuria posted on his Facebook page, “Nakuru nitakuja tena na tena mpaka 1.1 Million votes ya William Ruto iingiane.”