The latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa has unearthed of interesting details especially in Nyeri politics especially when it comes to matters around politics. The latest opinion poll confirms that the incumbent governor Mutahi Kahiga is leading with a support of 49.9 percent against Ephraim Maina who has a support of 33 percent.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Mizaniafrica/status/1529047230178639872?s=20&t=TwHSMFC4REuB6rNkRKdZsw
This just means that if elections happened today then Ephraim Maina of Azimio would be defeated miserably by UDA's candidate Mutahi Kahiga. The fact of the matter is that DP Ruto support across the country is rock solid and it's likely to reflect on most elective positions going into the August 9th polls.
It's already a fact that at the moment, Ephraim Maina chances of winning the Embu Governorship seat are overly slim. It's clear that UDA is the roaring lion in Embu County and it's a party that might be heavily difficult to beat in Mt Kenya region.
Whether UDA party will be able to maintain a commanding lead all the way to the ballot, it's all but an issue of wait and see. The fact of the matter is that at the moment, UDA solid support across Mt Kenya might see the party winning majority of the seats with a commanding lead that might shock many people.
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