The 2022 elections are around the nook and leaders have been focusing their energies and efforts on the presidential campaign. This is because in case they lose their seats then they rest assured that they will get a job from the national government. William Ruto and Raila Odinga are deemed to be top foes who are battling for the house on the hill. Politics is a game of numbers but in Kenya, it seems it is a game of wits and money.
The latest opinion poll conducted in the Juja constituency reveals interesting scenarios. George Koimburi is currently leading with a popularity index of 43.1% followed closely by Alloise Kinyanjui who has a popularity index of 40.0%. The race seems to be a tight one between Kenya Kwanza and azimio la Umoja.
Kelvin Karanja Mwangi has a popularity index of 8.3 per cent and Antony Karori closed the top four list with 5%. However, the original opinion poll will be determined by the electorates come August general elections.
Do you think UDA will win this seat or Uhuru's party will humiliate William Ruto's ally?
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