If elections were held today, it emerges that the Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party aspirants would grab all the three top seats in Narok County. This is after an opinion poll done by Mizani Africa in Narok County showed that UDA aspirants for the gubernatorial, senatorial and Woman Rep seats are the most popular compared to their Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition competitors.
"Narok Opinion Poll Results indicate a win for UDA as its candidates gain the highest ranking on the ground right from the gubernatorial, senatorial and Women Rep level," Mizani Africa has indicated.
In the gubernatorial race the Opinion Poll has shown that Patrick Ole Ntutu who is a staunch supporter of the Deputy President William Ruto has emerged the most popular gubernatorial candidate leading with 59.5 percent. Ntutu is followed by Moitalel Ole Kenta who has 37.8 percent popularity.
In the Senatorial race, Samuel Tunai of UDA has emerged the most popular candidate. Tanui is leading with 51.7 percent as Ledama Ole Kina of Azimio follows a distant second with 30 percent popularity.
United Democratic Alliance party has also remained dominant in the Woman Representative seat. This is after Rebecca Tonkei of UDA emerged the most popular aspirant with 51.7 popularity. Azimio has a tough time as its Woman Rep aspirant is far behind in terms of popularity.
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