Nakuru Gubernatorial Contest has been described as a two horse race between Lee Kinyanjui of Azimio side and Susan Kihika of Kenya Kwanza Side. A recent Poll by Radio Africa Showed Susan Kihika leading with 54% while Lee had 34%. However it's not to be forgotten that Lee was voted for in the last elections by over 60% of the voters.
Though it's a Kenya Kwanza Affair, Bomet is set to witness a hot contest between UDA's Dr Hillary Barchok and Isaac Rutto under his Chama Cha Mashinani Party.
The County's top seat is being contested by two strong Candidates. Jonathan Bii of UDA and Billionaire Zedekiah Bundotich alias Buzeki running as an Independent Candidate.
Katoo Ole Metito of UDA is Challenging the incumbent Governor Joseph Ole Lenku who is flying the ODM ticket. Joseph Ole Lenku won the last gubernatorial contest under Jubilee Party.
The race for the West Pokot gubernatorial seat is set to be a stiff one between the incumbent Prof John Lonyangapuo who has declared support for Raila Odinga and former governor Simon Kachapin who has been endorsed by Dp Ruto.
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