As 9 August general election approach politics is gaining weight each day. Difference political slogans are holding series of rallies across the country and making sure they hunt enough votes to win political seats come August. In the other hand difference companies are busy conducting opinion polls survey to determine which candidate might be victories during election.
Politicians and voters must collaborate closely with the IEBC to make sure that the elections in 2022 are peaceful.The two leading candidates for presidential seat are Dp Ruto and former prime minister . Divergent opinions and findings have been indicated by opinion polls but the results of the actual poll will decide the winner.
However, I want to shift our attention away from the results of the ballot for the presidency and instead concentrate on the Nairobi County Governor election which is the most crucial poll in Kenya. According to the most recent Nairobi poll Sakaja is in the lead and is extremely popular followed by Igathe.
With 61 percent of the vote in Kibera Sakaja is in the lead. Igathe is in second place with 34 percent of the vote and Agnes Kagure is in third place with 3 percent of the vote. The results of the opinion poll followed the infotrak poll, which placed Raila Odinga at 49 percent popularity in Nairobi County and Ruto at 41 percent.
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