Remaining less than 200 days to general elections, poll institutions have continued intensifying their work and are conducting polls for various aspirants eyeing different seats across the country, Kenya.
According to the latest opinion poll results by Mizani Africa, Jonathan Bii is leading the race for the Uasin Gishu Gubernatorial Seat by 23.3%. Bii is slightly followed by Julius Bitok who has 20.7%. Sarah Serem comes third with 20.1%
Turning to the Senatorial position, the current Governor for Uasin Gishu Jackson Mandago has higher chances of becoming the next Uasin Gishu Senator. The poll results shows Mandago leading by 48.8% and by far followed by Kipchumba Karori who has 23.7% and Robert Arap Kemei who has 14.1%.
Switching to the Women Rep, Mizani Poll results places Gladys Boss Shollei ahead of the other Aspirants with 47.3%. Shollei is by far followed by Rael Chebichii Lelei who has 17.9% and Hellen Jeptoo Ruto who has 12.8%.
These polls comes just prior to UDA nominations scheduled for tomorrow Thursday across the country.
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