The race for Narok county senatorial seat will be a highly contested one, with the incumbent Ledama Olekina eyeing his reelection via Orange Democratic Movement party ticket. He will face a fierce competition from the current governor Samuel Ole Tunai who will fly the United Democratic Alliance party flag. Both leaders have intensified their campaigns across the county in a bid to mobilize support for their respective manifestos.
Well, via a recent opinion poll by Mizani Africa, Hon Ledama stands a better chance of defeating Ole Tunai in the race for Narok county senatorial seat. The Azimio La Umoja candidate will bag 40.6% of the total votes, with Tunai coming in inches closer with 39.7%.
In Siaya county, senator James Orengo commands a larger percentage of supporters as he eyes the county's gubernatorial seat. The vocal legislator might defeat Nicholas Odero Gumbo, former Rarieda constituency Member of Parliament, with Orengo bagging 53% of the votes against Gumbo's 42%.
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