The countdown to the national elections in August is almost over. For aspirants, it is becoming more difficult. They must make sure that no effort is spared in these final days of the campaign.
In the meantime, polling organizations continue to conduct their surveys across the nation. The most recent one, from Mizani Africa, reveals which candidate Kiambu county locals like for senator.
Mizani claims that Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi party and William Ruto's UDA party are engaged in a back-to-back contest. Karungo Thang'wa of the UDA is in second place with 36.2 percent, followed by Machel Waikenda of Chama Cha Kazi, who has 39.2 percent. Thang'wa has been involved in legal proceedings and was just recently given the go-ahead to run.
The two candidates are members of the Kenya Kwanza coalition, it should be mentioned. They do, however, speak for their respective parties. After the elections in August, the UDA party is eager to win this position in order to increase their senate representation.
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