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Latest Opinion Poll By Infotrak Shows Who is in The Lead Between Igathe and Sakaja for The Nairobi Governor

If the elections were to take place right now, Johnson Sakaja, the candidate for governor of the Kenyan Kwanza, would emerge victorious, as indicated by a recent study conducted by InfoTrak. According to the survey, there are only 33 days left until the elections on August 9; the candidate for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition is now in the lead with 39 percent of the vote, closely followed by his primary challenger Polycarp Igathe of Jubilee with 33 percent of the vote. Based on the findings of the investigation, Igathe is making up ground on Sakaja, whose popularity has been on the decline.

According to a poll conducted by info track, Raila Amolo Odinga, the leader of the Orange Democratic Movement party and a former prime minister of the Republic of Kenya, is currently in the lead with the most candidates who are more well-liked and have a better chance of winning in Nairobi than William Samoi Ruto, the presidential candidate for Kenya Kwanza and the vice president of Kenya. Raila Amolo Odinga is currently in the lead with the most candidates who are more well-liked and has

Polls indicate that the Azimio la Umoja one Kenya alliance coalition has won both the Senate and the position of the woman representative in Nairobi, both of which are considered to be important seats in the city. Edwin Sifuna, a candidate for Azimio la Umoja, currently holds the lead in the race for the Senate, while Parashina, a candidate for Azimio la Umoja, currently holds the lead in the campaign for the position of women's representative.

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