With Just less than a year to the next general elections,various politicians are trying by all means to either retain their seat or grab the seat they are hitherto eyeing for.Apart from the presidential seat, another political seat that is posing a challenge to most politicians is the gubernatorial seat.This is so as most of the current governors are serving their last term in the office.
In an opinion poll conducted today by kenyans.co.ke in their twitter account concerning who will be the next Nairobi governor, revealed that the current senator Johnstone Sakaja stands a chance to be elected as the next Nairobi governor.In the poll Sakaja led with 44%,followed by Margaret Wanjiru at 33% and the last two candidates that is Ferdinand Waititu and Anne Kananu got 11% and 12% respectively.
What can you deduce from this online poll?Does Sakaja stand a chance to lead county number 47? let's see your opinion by commenting and don't forget to like, share and follow [email protected]_Tv for more amazing updates.
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