With only a few days till the election, it is expected that the Raila Odinga-led Azimio Party will lose and the Kenya Kwanza Team will win every seat in Nandi County.
UDA would be chosen as governor, senator, representative for women, and parliamentarian if the August elections were held today.
Stephen Sang, the incumbent, has a sizable lead in the election for governor with 52.6 percent of the vote. With 35.0 percent of the vote, Cleophas Lagat is in second place, and Josephat Kiptarus is in third with 7.9 percent. Samson Cherargei, the senator in office, is in the lead with 62.0 percent of the vote. Second place goes to Aloycious Yego, who received 24.2% of the vote. In the business, Mark Kirwa owns 11.6% of the shares.
In the elections held today, Cynthia Muge would win and represent women. Currently, she is in the lead with 78.3 percent of the vote. The person who came in second has 13.5 percent, thus she is far ahead of her competitors.
Let's concentrate on the electoral district of Nandi Hills. Despite allegedly winning the nominations, Alfred Keter has lost popularity because he was turned down for the UDA party ticket. Bernard Kitur would prevail in the current election with 52.7% of the vote.
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