Mizani Africa has released the overview survey results for Nandi, one of the regions regarded as a stronghold of Hon. William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza group, founders of the Joined Popularity based Collusion (UDA) party.
One of the areas in this province where incumbent MPs Hon. Alfred Keter and Hon. Bernard Kitur are engaged in a fierce race is the Nandi Slopes body electorate. Kitur might run for the UDA party, but Keter is a free agent.
According to the results, Hon Kitur, who had also successfully eliminated Hon Alfred Keter during the UDA party's primaries, has left him in the dust. According to that poll, Hon. Bernard Kitur is in the lead with 52.7 percent of the vote, followed by Hon. Keter with 41.4 percent. With 2.0% of voters unsure, Hon. Kevin Kipchirchir Keter, who is also running for this position, has 3.9 percent of the vote.
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