The latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa has shown of the widening gap between Azimio and UDA in Narok Governorship race. The poll shows that Ntutu of UDA has a support of 61.3 percent against Moitalel Ole Kenta of ODM who has a support of 38.5 percent.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Mizaniafrica/status/1553295322754973697?s=20&t=02PZVJiZK-CJoORicZkRxQ
This is just the clearest indication to confirm that indeed UDA move to win most seats in Narok County is unstoppable. It's evident, UDA has majorly staged ruthless campaigns across the country badly challenging opponents in Azimio.
Patrick Ntutu has remained the force of UDA campaigns in Narok County badly dwarfing Azimio campaigns. It's clear, the deputy President William Ruto has also been at the forefront campaigning hard in Narok and most regions across the country.
However, let's wait and see if UDA will sweep off the seat of Governor in Narok County. Interestingly, some opinion polls have shown Raila Odinga leading against the deputy President William Ruto which amounts to misleading the public.
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