Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party faces a tough defeat in the Online polls ahead of the August general elections. Perhaps, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) is among the most popular and influential political parties aiming to form the next administration in the upcoming contest.
However, it continues to consolidate its agenda in different parts of the country as it seeks to defend several bids for the August race. Additionally, the ODM fielded many positions in the country including the gubernatorial, Senatorial, Members of the National Assembly, Members of the Country Assembly, Women Representatives, and others.
Consequently, the party competes with other big political parties both allied to the Azimio la Umoja like the Wiper Party and their opponents from the Kenya Kwanza including the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
However, the online polls from the Coast region, Mombasa county shows a gap of 20 percent between the two candidates from different parties under one umbrella of the Azimio la Umoja. From the polls, Who do you think will win the Mombasa gubernatorial seat?
2. Mike Sonko
From the outcome, Mike Sonko of the Wiper Party leads with 60 percent as he outwits Nassir of ODM who garnered 40 percent.
Do you think who between the two will win the race? Share your vote in the comments section below.
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