Less than 37 days remain until the general election in 2022, and every presidential contender is actively campaigning in every county. Since they are all seen as front-runners in their respective political parties, Raila Amolo Odinga of Azimio la Umoja, William Samoi Ruto of Kenya Kwanza, and George Wajackoyah have been the subjects of election lenses.
Recent surveys by Mizani Africa in Narok County on July 1, 2022, indicate that Kenya Kwanza candidate Patrick Ole Ntutu is in the lead with percent, followed by Azimio la Umoja candidate Moitalel Ole Kenta with 39.0 percent.
Losing Narok County, a stronghold for Raila Odinga, is a significant setback for him. However, William Samoi Ruto, the deputy president, surprised himself by winning a significant victory by receiving more votes from Narok County. However, according to mizani Africa polls, DP Ruto currently enjoys a commanding advantage in Narok county.
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