The Kenyan general elections slated for August 9th 2022 will be the third to take place under the new constitution introduced in 2010 that among other things, sought to devolve power away from the president by creating 47 new county governments.Recently Mizani Africa conducted an opinion survey in Kiharu Constituency. The research firm was seeking to know whether the current Member of Parliament Hon Ndindi Nyoro will be voted back if elections were held today.The results from the opinion survey pointed that were elections to be held today, Hon Ndindi Nyoro who is a staunch and ardent supporter of Deputy President William Ruto will be re-elected overwhelmingly. 82.1 percent of the respondents who took part in the survey revealed that they will re-elect the incumbent Mp who is serving his first term.
Nyoro was elected to office in 2017 elections. 17. 9 percent of the participants didn't vote in favor of the tangatanga Mp. The alleged they won't vote him back as their constituency representative.
Kiharu is one of seven constituencies in Muranga County. Others include Gatanga, Mathioya, Kangema, Maragua, Kandara and Kigumo Constituencies. The famous Murang'a town is located within this constituency.
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