An opinion poll has been conducted by Mizani Africa Limited to show who is likely to win the Nandi Gubernatorial race if elections were to be held today.
These polls were conducted through telephone interviews within respondents living in the constituencies of Nandi County.
The Nandi Gubernatorial race will be a contest that will be of five Candidates namely Stephen Sang of the United Democratic Alliance Party, Cleophas Lagat, Joseph Kiptarus, Anderson Kibet and Nicholas Tirop.
The opinion Poll released by Mizani Africa Limited shows that Stephen Kisang has the highest percentage ranking of 52.6 Percent.He is followed by Cleophas Lagat who has a 35.0 percent of the votes sample.
Josphat Kiptarus has 7.9 percent in the third position while Anderson Kibet is fourth with a percentage popularity of 3 percent.
0.4 Percent are still undecided on who they prefer to be next Governor
Link-GUBERNATORIAL CONTEST NANDI COUNTY. # MizaniAfricaPolls https://t.co/lza6LTQe
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