In an opinion poll conducted by Kenyans.co.ke between yesterday 21st September 2021 and today 22nd September 2021, Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja has emerged the best candidate suited to take over the leadership of Nairobi county.
The poll brought together four candidates: Ferdinand Waititu, Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, Anne Kananu the current deputy governor and Sakaja himself. A total of 1146 people participated in the poll. Sakaja managed 49%, he was closely followed by Margaret Wanjiru who has declared interest in vying on UDA ticket at 30%, Anne Kananu came third at 12%, former Kiambu governor Ferninand Waititu came last at 9%.
Nairobi county gubernatorial seat is one of the seats that always attract interest of top politicians and political parties, Orange Democratic Movement party produced the first governor Dr. Evans Kidero, he was succeeded by Jubilees's Mike Sonko, Sonko was later impeached. The county has been under the management of general Badi under NMS.
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