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Latest Opinion Polls Shows The Wide Gap For Mombasa Gubernatorial Seat Between The Aspirants

Abdulswamad Shariff, who wants the Orange Democratic Movement, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, a Wiper candidate who is experiencing ambiguity over the Mombasa running for office, and Hassan Omar, a United Democratic Alliance candidate, are scheduled to contest the presidential election in Mombasa.

Mike Mbuvi Sonko ran in the Wiper elections with 34.6 percent of the vote, Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir of the ODM came in second with 27.1 percent, and Hassan Omar of the UDA finished in third with 26.3 percent, according to a poll issued today by Mizani Africa.

However, Mike Sonko will not be allowed to run for office in Mombasa because he was appointed Nairobi Governor over allegations of corruption, and yesterday Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati insisted that any ousted leader would not be allowed to run for office. running for office in the next general election, Sonko has already nominated Ali Mbogo as his running mate but it looks like their fate is over.

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Abdulswamad Shariff Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir Hassan Omar Mike Mbuvi Sonko Mombasa


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