As the August general elections get nearer and nearer, political leaders who are eyeing a political seat are busy drumming up support for their candidature.
Several survey and Research firms have been carrying out opinion polls to determine the popularity of candidates running for various seats in the much-awaited August polls.
And now, Mizani Africa has released opinions for various electives in Kiambu County. The opinion polls for Kiambaa parliamentary seat show that the UDA candidate and the incumbent hon John Njuguna Wanjiku are leading with 42.3%.
However, Hon Kariri Njama who is running as an independent candidate has come second defeating Jubilee candidate Hon Damaris Wambui who was given a party ticket ahead of him.
Hon Kariri has the popularity of a 26.4% while Jubilee candidate Hon Damaris Wambui is in the third position with a popularity of 20.2%.
It is known that Hon Njama did running for the Kiambaa Parliamentary seat under the Jubilee party in the last year's Kiambaa By-election where UDA candidate Hon Wanjiku won.
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