As 2022 general election takes shape, leaders of various capacities are promiscuously eyeing at votes in different regions of the country.
Digging it deeper to the county level,to be more specific, Nairobi county seems to be that magnificent lady all suitors are eyeing at.
Statistically Nairobi is one of the City containing large number of voters about 1.6 million and above.And it is one of the expensively contested seat in Kenya.
According to K24 television opinion poll,four prospective candidates were put in the list to determine their strength,they include; Former Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu, Margaret Wanjiru,Peter Kenneth and Johnson Sakaja.
The results were as follows,hon Johnson Sakaja came first with thirty nine percent,followed by Margaret Wanjiru with twenty nine percent,Peter Kenneth came third with twenty one percent finally Ferdinand Waititu came fourth with ten percent.
Nairobi county seat will be one the game changer and hotly contested with various iconic individuals within the government.
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