Scientific surveys that have been carried out recently have ranked Kenya Kwanza Alliance and Azimio la Umoja as the two most popular political coalitions in the country.
There have been questions on the popularity of coalitions especially in Nairobi city which is largely cosmopolitan. KTN decided to do a sample survey to get the general affiliation of the locals of Kasarani.
A number of residents were picked where they were given a chance to write the name of the coalition they want. A total of 43 people participated in the exercise which was conducted at Sunton area.
When tallying was done, Kenya Kwanza led by William Ruto emerged as the most popular coalition in the area with a total of 26 votes. Azimio la Umoja which is led by Raila Odinga had 17 votes.
Reacting after this exercise, the residents said that Kasarani constituency is largely behind the candidature of William Ruto.
The residents said they are confident that IEBC will conduct a free, fair and credible election in August. The residents further noted that they are expecting a peaceful event that will be free from violence and chaos.
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