Elections are around the corner and aspirants are on a charm offensive to lure voters into their baskets.
Azimio movement and Kenya Kwanza alliance will lock horns in Narok county in scramble to reap a larger share of votes and bank as many leaders on their political devides.
For the senatorial race, Azimio has fronted former senator Ole Tunai if ODM party for the seat who will battle out with UDA's incumbent Samuel Tunai. The duo will lock horns amongst other aspirants. PHOTO courtesy Ledama.
Tunai is seeking for re election on UDA party ticket. If the latest Opinions polls survey by Mizani is anything to go by, KKA will carry the day.
At the polls, Samuel Tunai commands a lead with 44.9%, followed Ledama Ole kina, 35.4% and UDA's candidate Gideon Konchella comes a distant third at 8.7%. A day is long time in politics, they say bt watch the space. PHOTO courtesy, Tunai.
Ole Tunai ousted Ledama in the previous election while i n Jubilee party. Later ditched jubilee for UDA, the race has narrowed down to a rematch between the duo.
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