The latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa clearly show of the person likely to be elected as the next member of parliament in Kiamba Constituency. The latest opinion poll shows Kawanjiku has a support of 53.5 percent while Njama has a support of 22.5 percent.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Mizaniafrica/status/1553387573707526146?s=20&t=kIuYLbQnPbc2V3ol0kbQFQ
Remember Kawanjiku was once Kariri Njama's personal assistant before the latter joined jubilee in the by-election. Since he won in the by-election, Kawanjiku has remained a political powerhouse Kiambaa and he is contesting through UDA party.
It's clear, the people of Kiambaa Constituency have realized Kawanjiku is their rightful leader to be elected into office and that's why they are strongly supporting him. This clearly demonstrates that moving into the August 9th polls, he is unstoppable.
Interestingly though is that the Jubilee candidate is coming third in Kiamba Constituency despite the area being the home of president Uhuru Kenyatta. Remember, Kariri Njama is an independent candidate going into the August 9th polls and he comes second but it's also because he is supporting the deputy President William Ruto bid.
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