Less than 40 days remain till Kenyans will cast their ballots, therefore the days are running out. Campaigning for various positions is taking place all throughout the nation as candidates aim to win the support of the electorate on August 9.
Two well-known contenders are competing in the Nairobi presidential race to become the city's next governor. Polycarp Igathe and Senator Johnson Sakaja are the contenders.
Polycarp Igathe is a politician, business executive, and businessman from Kenya. He is also Equity Group Holdings' Chief Marketing Officer. At Vivo Energy, he formerly held the position of vice president of sales and marketing. He is now running on a Jubilee party ticket for governor of Nairobi.
Sakaja Johnson Arthur is currently the Senator of Nairobi as he was elected in 2017. He has served as an elected Member of Parliament since being appointed in 2013. He is currently running for the next Governor of Nairobi on a UDA ticket.
In your opinion, between Sakaja and Igathe, who is likely to be the next Governor of Nairobi and why?
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