TIFA, well known research institution has this evening distanced itself from the viral opinion poll going round on various social media platforms showing the most popular gubernatorial and presidential candidates in Ukambani.
TIFA has termed the opinion poll as FAKE and hence does not whatsoever emanate from their sources. The fake poll alleges Kalonzo Musyoka as the popular Presidential candidate in all the Ukambani counties with Raila Odinga far behind following him. Additionally, the poll alleges Wavinya Ndeti, Mutula Kilonzo Junior and Julius Malombe as the most popular gubernatorial candidates in Machakos, Makueni and Kitui Counties respectively.
Also, the fake poll claims that Wiper Party for Kalonzo Musyoka is the most popular party in Ukambani with UDA far behind it.
These fake opinion poll have recently escalated during this electioneering period and hence the need for the public to be careful to avoid consuming wrong informations. However, those editing and spreading these fake informations are warned against repeating the same mistake again as it many land them into many years in jail.
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