It is good news and a big win for the second in command Dr William Ruto led United Democratic Alliance Party and the Kenya Kwanza political merger as new opinion poll results reveal that three key UDA party aspirants leads in the new opinion poll.
According to the opinion poll results released by Mizani Africa research organization, UDA Party aspirants are leading in Nandi county gubernatorial opinion poll, Nandi county Senatorial opinion poll and Nandi Hills parliamentary opinion poll.
The results of the poll have established that UDA party gubernatorial aspirant Stephen Sang is leading other aspirants in the new opinion poll garnering a support percentage of 52.6.
The results have also informed that the UDA party Senatorial aspirant Samson Cherargei has also led other aspirants in the Mizani Africa senatorial opinion poll. Cherargei garnered 62 percent of the total participants who took part in the opinion poll.
In the Nandi Hills parliamentary opinion poll, William Ruto's ally Bernard Kitur led garnering a support percentage of 52.7 percent.
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