Johnson Arthur Sakaja is the most popular gubernatorial candidate in Nairobi.The controversial current senator of Nairobi who has been on the lips of Kenyans over allegations of possesing a fake degree certificate is leading in the race pitying two other contestants.
According to the latest poll results released by social research and market research company Infotrak,Sakaja is leading with 39% popularity rate.He is followed closely by Polycarp Igathe whose popularity rate is 33%.Agnes Kagure who is the only female contestant for the position has secured a paltry 0.4%.
Johnson Sakaja is vying on the William Ruto affiliated party of UDA which is part of the Kenya Kwanza alliance.Polycarp Igathe is vying on the Jubilee party ticket which is the president's party and is affiliated to the Azimio One Kenya alliance.
Sakaja has been leading on almost all polls despite his degree saga.The infotrak polls involved a sample size of 1024 residents of Nairobi.
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