Nairobi gubernatorial race is between Azimio LA Umoja One Kenya party candidate Polycarp Igathe and United Democratic Movement (UDA) aspirant Johnson Sakaja. Sakaja remains in darkness on whether he will vie for the seat or not following his degree drama. However, the Nairobi senator got some light after IEBC boss Wafula Chebukato insisted that Sakaja must be on ballot box.
As Sakaja wait to end his degree drama, an online opinion poll by Kenyans.co.ke has alleged the most preferred candidate between him and Igathe. According to the results released by Kenyans.co.ke Sakaja is the most preferred candidate with 64% of the total opinion votes. Igathe comes second with 36% of the votes.
From the poll, Sakaja is the most preferred candidate in Nairobi county ahead of ODM candidate Igathe. Even if his journey remain doubtful, the senator remains to be the most preferred candidate to win the Nairobi gubernatorial race ahead of Igathe. If Sakaja will be blocked from vying the seat, then Igathe will win the race. But at the moment, the senator remains the favourite in the county to take over governor Anne Kananu.
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