Forget about presidential race which is up to now is unpredictable, Meru county will be experiencing stiff competition in its gubernatorial seat. The race has three horses namely senator Mithika Linturi, Kawira Mwangaza and governor Kiraitu Murungi. All these are the beasts in the county making it strongest battle in Meru.
According to the latest Mizani poll, these candidates are being separated by small differences. Senator Lithuri is the leading candidate in popularity with 32.3%. Kawira Mwangaza comes second with 29.4% with a gap of 1.9 between her and Lithuri. Governor Murungi takes third position in popularity with 28.1%, 1.3% behind the second placed Mwangaza. The poll has also revealed that 10.2% of the residents remain undecided on their next governor.
As seen, the race is too competitive to say that Mithika Lithuri will win the race. It is too tight for the three candidates who are very strong for the race. With this small gap separating the three, the race remain unpredictable. Kiraitu is aiming to retain the seat while Lithuri is aiming to move from senatorial position to governor's office. Who do you think will win this battle?
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