A new opinion poll for Kiambu county seats ahead of August general elections has been released to Kenyans. It is an interesting poll showing that the former governor, William Kabogo Gitau will beat all of them, including Kimani Wamatangi, James Nyoro, Wainaina Wa Jungle, Moses Kuria and Mwende Gatabaki.
It is a poll that has generated mixed reactions and majority of Kenyans seems to show some disagreement especially on the winner of the poll. A section of Kenyans have also started using this poll to silence Moses Kuria who has been talking so much of late.
From the reactions of Kenyans, some says that the poll is a joke as no way Kabogo can return back to Kiambu gubernatorial seat. Some says that Kabogo sponsored this poll to appear ahead of others and that he will not win in the actual poll. However, there are still some Kenyans supporting him. Some are saying that Wamatangi will win it early in the morning. Majority have however laughed at Moses Kuria for emerging at the bottom position even after beating his chest each day on how he is popular on the ground.
Below are some reactions from Kenyans.
The poll has been done by Mizani Africa group.
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