The latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa shows that at the moment, if elections happened in Garissa County, Abdulkadir Haji would be elected with a support of 63 percent. Ford Kenya party candidate Mohammed Issak Shalle has a support of 13.4 percent.
Photo. Mohammed I Shalle, Ford Kenya Candidate in Garissa Senate race.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Mizaniafrica/status/1542097524760219648?s=20
Haji was elected into the senate unopposed after the death of his father Yusuf Haji. At the moment, it's clear Haji is fighting hard for his space to ensure he is not left out from the elective position which he is participating into for the first time in a competitive process.
This means Haji of jubilee party will without a doubt be elected into office by a huge margin all factors remaining constant. It's obvious that at the moment efforts by Kenya Kwanza to dethrone Haji in Garissa Senate race has never succeeded.
As always a day in politics is such a long time for it's clear the results of any opinion poll is subject to changes. It's for this reason that we can only wait to know of whether Haji will maintain the lead as per the latest results given campaigns are still going on.
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