According to Roots Party Leader George Wajackoyah, opinion polls have no basis and are designed to mislead Kenyans. Recently, Kenya Kwanzaa Alliance presidential candidate William Ruto dismissed polls that showed him trailing ODM leader Raila Odinga. Wajackoyah stated that if he was not polled alongside Ruto and Raila in the debate, he would skip it.
George Wajackoyah, the presidential candidate of the Roots Party, has dismissed recent polls that place him in third place in the presidential race.
On Monday, July 18, Wajackoyah agreed with Deputy President William Ruto, who has consistently expressed his dissatisfaction with opinion polls. Cat Beats Feline Disease and Now Raises Awareness with Dad | Cuddle Buddies
According to Wajackoyah, opinion polls lack credibility and are designed to mislead Kenyans in the run-up to the August General Election.
Tifa and InfoTrack are quacks. Those are unfounded opinion polls designed to mislead Kenyans. As a result, even though I disagree with Ruto on many issues, I am now joining him in condemning them,” Wajackoyah said. Raila Odinga will defeat William Ruto in the August election, according to a new poll. According to a recent Trends and Insights for Africa (TIFA) poll, Raila Odinga, leader of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance, is the most popular presidential candidate in Nairobi, with 42 percent national support.
William Ruto, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential candidate, came in second with 26% of the vote, while George Wajackoyah received 4%. Another poll conducted by InfoTrack on Wednesday, July 13, placed Raila Odinga first with 49 percent support, Deputy President William Ruto second with 37 percent, and Wajackoyah third with 5 percent. “Raila has made little progress since our last poll in June. His popularity has increased by 1%, while Ruto’s has decreased by 1% “”We had 38% last time,” Infotrak CEO Angela Ambitho said.
Wajackoyah also stated that if he were grouped with Raila Odinga and William Ruto, he would not participate in the upcoming presidential debate.
Raila is accused by William Ruto of funding opinion polls.
According to reports, Deputy President William Ruto accused his main rival, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, of sponsoring bogus opinion polls.
“We have defeated them in our minds and plans; our manifesto is superior to theirs. They have now resorted to fabricating phony opinion polls to determine who is ahead of whom “On July 5, William Ruto stated in Isiolo.
Former Eldoret North MP Ruto stated that phony opinion polls would not help the ODM leader win his fifth election in August.
“Sisi tunawambia wajeni opinion poll ya ukora, kura ni tarehe tisa mwezi wa nane hawa wananchi wataamua wananchi wataamua.” (We advise them to disregard opinion polls; Kenyans will decide on August 9) Ruto continued.