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"Mmetumwa Mnichoche" Twist Of Events As Ruto's Ally Rejects Opinion Poll That Puts Her Ahead

The 2022 political race is already at its peak as the political contenders across the country Kenya are seen roaming across the streets campaigning hunting votes for their various elective political positions as MCAs, MPs, Senators, Women Reps and Governors ahead of the polls.

The presidential race on the other hand is not left behind as the top contenders for the forthcoming presidency race are seen to be the former prime minister Honorable Raila Amollo Odinga and his counterpart the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto of the UDA party.

This has come due to the fact that they have made inroads for their political parties in many parts of the country Kenya making them more popular than other presidential candidates who are also eyeing for the top seat.

As the number of days left to the next general elections that are usually held after every five years according to the current Kenyan constitution are almost elapsing, many opinion polls are seen showing highlights on how the elections would be. This has been putting some leaders ahead while some are placed at the tail.

Some leaders have been rejecting these polls as they termed them as doctored polls to favor some politicians whom might have bribed such companies.

In Nairobi County senatorial race, the opinion poll that was conducted by Mizani Africa have placed the former UDA aspirant who dropped her bid to support Bishop Margaret Wanjiru for the post under the UDA party.

Honorable Karen Nyamu who was put ahead in the opinion poll by the Mizani Africa, rejected the poll and advised them to be applying some professionalism in their research findings as these polls might burn down the country if not well conducted especially the presidential opinion polls.

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Ally Karen Nyamu Mizani Africa Mmetumwa Mnichoche Nairobi County


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