Imenti Central is currently embroiled in high octane politics as politicians scramble to outdo each other ahead of the 2022 polls scheduled for August 9th.
A number of key leaders have shown their interest in the seat. Those keen to unseat Incumbent member of parliament Rev Moses Kirima Nguchine who was elected in the 2017 general elections on a Jubilee Party ticket are Kelvin Muthaura Mutuma, Amundi Julius Kimanthi, Martin Kathurima and KK Mutai.
With only few days to the much hyped 2022 General election, Mizani Africa released a research poll showing the popularity ratings of the above mentioned aspirants keen to represent the Constituency in the 13th Parliament.
The summary of the poll showed that the incumbent who is defending his parliamentary seat on DP Ruto's UDA Party would successfully emerge victorious. He garnered 50.3 per cent. Kelvin Muthaura Mutuma garnered 36 per cent.
Other aspirants got as follows Julius Amundi Kimanthi 8.6 per cent, Martin Kathurima 2.5 per cent and KK Mutai at 1.9%.
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