Mizani Africa has released their survey poll results for Nandi, one of the counties believed to be a strong hold of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader Hon William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza team.
Nandi Hills constituency is one of the places in this county where stiff competition is being witnessed between incumbent MP Hon Alfred Keter and Hon Bernard Kitur. Keter is an independent candidate while Kitur is a member of UDA party.
According to the results, Hon Alfred Keter has been shown dust by Hon Kitur, who had also beaten him hands down during UDA party's primaries. Hon Bernard Kitur enjoys a support of 52.7% while Keter enjoys a support of 41.4 according to that opinion poll. Hon Kevin Kipchirchir Keter who is also eying for this seat enjoys a support of 3.9% and undecided voters are about 2.0%.
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