Senator Johnson Sakaja is vying to become the Governor for Nairobi through the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party ticket under the Kenya kwanza alliance, while Mr. Igathe is under the Azimio la Umoja coalition party.
Infotrak gathered information from a total of 1,024 respondents from across the 17 constituencies in Nairobi. A total of 24 per cent of the respondents had not yet made a decision on whom they would vote for as at now according to the polls.
Independent candidate Agness Kagure came third with o.4 per cent of the opinion votes.
For the senatorial seat, ODM Secretary general Edwin Sifuna is leading with 44 per cent of the Support, followed distantly by Bishop Margaret Wanjiru having 12, as 39 per cent still waiting to make a decision.
The current Nairobi Women representative Esther Passaris is also on the lead with the Support of 46 per cent compared to 20 per cent of Millicent Omanga who is vying through the UDA ticket.
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