The two leading candidates for president are actively canvassing the nation for votes with only 42 days till the elections in August.
As he steps up his campaigns, the leader of Azimio One Kenya Alliance has been camped in the country's northern region.
For the previous three days, the Kenya Kwanza squad has camped along the coast. While the professor has been tent camping in Western Kenya.
If elections were held today, results from a KTN ground tha in Nakuru indicate that Raila Odinga would win. With 50 votes, he is ahead of professor George Luchiri Wajackoyah. The vice president fails with 9 votes, while receiving 10 votes.
For the previous three days, the Kenya kwanza team, lead by Rigathi Gachagua, has been running a campaign in Nakuru.
After being selected, Hon Martha Karua, the Azimio One Kenya Alliance running mate, actively campaigned in central Keny
Does this poll represent the results of the August survey and Martha Karua's influence?
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