Nairobi county which is the capital city of Kenya and one of the best business city in Kenya has drawn interests for many women's to vie for the seat. The most preferred women aspirants are Esther Passaris and Millicent Omanga. The recent polls shows that Esther Passaris who is running with ODM ticket is leading with 54.4% followed by Millicent Omanga who is running with UDA ticket with 27.5%.
Jimmyn tweeted, "I will vote for Omanga because she is in UDA only. But i don't know the work of that women Rep, there's MCA, MP, Governor so what do they do? Only in Meru county where woman Rep work day and night to help the constituency and I think she deserve governor seat."
Pius tweeted, "Peoples of Nairobi are interested in a serious candidate who can deliver and meet their expectations and not a body twerking entertainer."
Alex tweeted, "The heavy twerking machine should concentrate on “shaking it” for the UDAnganyifu adherents. Hers are not the attributes we are looking for in the women representation for Nairobi. @EstherPassaris ndio yetu."
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