A general election will be held on August 9, 2022 and politics is picking up steam. All around the country there are a ton of rallies with diverse political themes. As an alternative a lot of businesses are diligently conducting surveys to forecast who will win in August from the MCA to the presidency.
According to the results of the most recent opinion poll conducted by Mizani Africa former Nairobi Governor Dr. Evans Kidero and current woman representative Gladys Wanga (ODM) are in a two-horse race.
Prior to the Homabay gubernatorial election Hon. Gladys Wanga is benefiting from the backing of the Azimio presidential candidate. Evans Kidero though is giving her a run for her money.
In this year general elections who do you believe will win the Homabay Gubernatorial contest between Gladys Wanga or Evans Kidero?
If Evans Kidero intends to defeat Gladys Wanga in the governor race he must step up his game in Homabay county or else he will be defeated.
The Homabay Gubernatorial contest will now be decided in the next months by events between Gladys Wanga and Evans Kidero.
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