Herman Manyora, a political commentator has claimed that the results of Mizani Africa opinion polls on Kiambu County's gubernatorial seat might lead to more infighting in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
He claimed that the polls that placed Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader and the former Governor William Kabogo, ahead of UDA's candidate Kimani Wa Matangi as a major political move that might determine the alliance's campaigns in the county ahead of the August polls.
Speaking during a live stream video on his You Tube Channel on Friday, Manyora also noted that it is probably clear that the race is between the duo, even though Jubilee candidate James Nyoro and Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria are reported to have their solid supporters.
"In the next few weeks as campaigns heat up, the results of the Mizani polls will create a serious infighting, and UDA party, Wa Matangi and Ruto's running mate Rigathi Gachagua will not be leaving anything to chance, and they will become very vicious to get the governor seat since it is very crucial to UDA," said Manyora.
He went on to claim that it will not be long for Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria to realize that his gubernatorial bid is a mirage as the Tujibebe and UDA parties seem to be miles ahead.
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