Narok governor Samuel Ole Tunai will win the Narok county senatorial race against the seating senator Ole Kina. This is according to poll conducted by Mizani Africa. The poll was conducted between March 15th and March 25th where Ole Tunai took the lead by taking 44.9 per cent of the total votes in Narok county while senator Ole Kina garnered 35.4 per cent only.
Governor Samuel Ole Tunai will be flying United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket against Ole Kina of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party. For a long time, Narok has been ODM strong hold. The rising of UDA party of the deputy president, Narok might disappoint ODM party if the poll results turns out to be real on August election.
Governor Ole Tunai is serving as the governor for his second and last term and that is why is targeting the senatorial seat in the coming election. He won the gubernatorial seat twice under Jubilee party ticket before he decamped to UDA party.
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