An opinion poll has been conducted by Matungu Member Of Parliament to alledge who is the most Preffered candidate to win the 2022 presidential seat. This polls were conducted verbally by words of mouth contrary to the way it is normal conducted through survey process.
In a video shared on various media platforms, Nabulindo asks the residents of Matunguwho they prefer as the presidential candidate between Deputy President William Ruto of UDA, Raila of Azimio and Amani Nation Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi.
In the video, more residents reply with Raila Chants more than any other candidate mentioned in the polls.
This is a a major boost to Raila Odinga in his quest to secure more votes from Matungu Constituency which is is in the vast Western Kenya votes.
Here is the video to the poll conducted verbally
(INGENIOUS: @Infotrakltd @IpsosKe & Mizani Africa should learn a thing or two on how to conduct a poll on the ground from Matungu MP Hon Oscar Nabulindo.. results are instant, genuine, transparent, [email protected] @ahmednasirlaw @makaumutua @WehliyeMohamed @RobertAlai https://t.co/JVjEk7RcZi)
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