The survey poll results for Nandi, one of the counties thought to be a stronghold of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party leader Hon. William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza team, have been made public by Mizani Africa.
The Nandi Hills constituency is one of the areas in this county where incumbent MP Hon. Alfred Keter and Hon. Bernard Kitur are engaged in fierce competition. While Kitur is a candidate for the UDA party, Keter is an independent.
The results suggest that Hon Kitur, who had also trounced Hon Alfred Keter handily during the UDA party's primaries, has left him in the dust. According to that poll, Hon. Bernard Kitur has 52.7 percent of the vote, while Hon. Keter has 41.4 percent of the vote. Hon. Kevin Kipchirchir Keter, who is also running for this seat, has 3.9 percent of the vote, with 2.0 percent of voters undecided.
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