Politicians have promised to work harder before the IEBC holds general elections in 2022 since those elections are coming up fast. The presidency is without a doubt the position with the most scepticism, and we are interested to know how the winner will be chosen. To get the job, Ruto and Raila are working extremely hard.
I want to look at the findings of the polls that were done today in Kiambaa, Juja, and South Imenti. Kawanjiku of UDA is in charge of the Kiambaa, according to the survey's findings. With 42,3% of the vote, John Njuguna is in the first place, followed by Jubilee's Damaris Wambui Waiganjo (20,2%) and Karanja Kariri Njama (26,4%).
In the Juja constituency, George Koimburi of the UDA is in the lead with 43% favorability, followed by Eloise Kinyanjui of the Jubilee with 40%. With 8% of the vote, Kelvin Karanja Mwangi of CCK came in third.
In the South Imenti constituency, Dr Shadrack Mwiti is the most popular candidate with 48.4% of the vote, followed by Mwiti Kathahara (24.7%) and Jessy Jasper (16.7%), who is in third place.
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