Photo courtesy of former prime minister Raila Odinga and the Deputy President.
The online poll shows the most popular presidential candidate in the Nairobi region ahead of the August general election. Perhaps, the August polls are a four-horse race encompassing Deputy President William Ruto, former prime minister Raila Odinga, Gorge Wajackoyah, and Waihiga.
However, the Nairobi region features a neutral zone encompassing different political parties. As a result, the August general election has generated a rigorous scope as leaders endeavor to defend their ambitions.
The presidential candidates and their camps continue to storm different regions across the country to consolidate their victory over the August election as they seek to form the next government.
From the online poll, Who do you think is the most popular presidential candidate in Nairobi?
1. Raila Odinga
2. William Ruto
3. George Wajackoyah
From the outcome, Deputy President William Ruto leads with 49%, Raila comes second with 28%, and the Roots party leader reduces the gap by 23%.
According to you, who do you think will win the August poll? Share your thoughts and expectation in the comments section below.
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