The Nairobi gubernatorial race continues to take shape with just 34 days left to the General Election. The gubernatorial race is set to be one of the most bruising battle in the August polls. While others have dropped their bids to support their favourable candidates others are still in the hot race. According to polls four candidates have been leading in the race who include Senator Johnson Sakaja whose case is yet to be determined, independent candidate Kagure, Polycarp Igathe who is the Azimio candidate and on Jubilee ticket and Nyamwamu who contesting on United Progressive Alliance party.
However, Johnson Sakaja and his competitor Igathe have emerged as the front runners in the tight race. However, Agnes Kagure has recently delivered a bold message to her competitors. In her remarks she claimed that she is considering slowing down her campaigns to give her competitors a slight chance to catch up with her so that she saves their faces. She claimed she is not interested in leaving a huge gap for them. "Sitaki Kuwashinda" Kagure said.
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