Leaders have committed to put up more work before the IEBC can host national elections as the 2022 elections are currently in full swing. The Presidency is without a doubt the most prestigious position, and we eagerly anticipate learning how the winner will be chosen. Raila and Ruto exerted every effort to maintain their seat.
I'm interested in seeing the outcomes of the elections in Kiambaa, Juja, and South Imenti today. According to opinion surveys, Kawanjiku of the UDA is in control of Kiambaa. Karanja Kariri Njama is second with 26.4 percent, followed by John Njuguna (42.3%) and Damaris Wambui Waiganjo of Jubilee (20.2%).
George Koimburi of UDA leads the Juja region with 43.1% followed by Alloise Kinyanjui of Jubilee who is famous for 40.0%. Kelvin Karanja Mwangi of CCK came in 3rd with 8% popularity.
Dr Shadrack Mwiti leads the South Imenti region with 48.4% reputation followed by Mwiti Kathahara with 24.7% fame and Jessy Jasper in 3rd place with a reputation of 16.4%.
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