Kiminini member of parliament Hon. Chris Wamalwa (centre) photo courtesy.
Dr. Chris Wamalwa, the member of parliament for Kiminini Constituency would emerge victorious in the race to succeed governor Patrick Khaemba if elections were held today, this is according to a latest opinion poll by Mizani Africa.
According to the polls, the Ford Kenya member of parliament would get 39.1% as he is closely followed by former Rift Valley regional commissioner George Natembeya who would get 34.2%, position three would be taken by Kakai Bisau who would get 10.3%.
Another aspirant Wycliffe Eshiwani would get 6.5% as the fifth position being taken by Philemon Samoei at 4%.
Despite the Ford Kenya MP leading in the Gubernatorial race, Raila's Orange Democratic Movement party has emerged as the most popular party in Trans-Nzoia county.
According to the polls, Raila's party leads at 46.3% followed by Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party at 34.6%, Mudavadi's Amani National Congress party comes a distance third at 6.1%, Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi comes fourth 5.6% as Jubilee closes top 5 at 4.4%.
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