The 2022 general election is closing in, and many aspirants have been running up and down to book their parties to use in the contest. Currently, the top parties are DP Ruto's United Democratic Party, Raila Odinga's Orange Democratic Movement, and President Kenyatta's Jubilee party.
With the political support the three bigwigs have, they seem to control a large portion of votes in across the country, and Nairobi county being part of it.
According to an online poll conducted by K24, which pulled over 1700 respondents. The seat will be a close contest between Johnson Sakaja and Margaret Wanjiru. Sakaja leads with 37.3% followed closely by Wanjiru with 31.6%.
The poll also put Peter Kenneth at 21.5% with Ferdinand Waititu the former Kiambu governor at 9.6%. Sakaja is Jubilee affiliated and his good CV in his role as the Nairobi senator has put him in a good position of succeeding the former governor Mike Sonko.
Wanjiru on her part is a UDA affiliate which has put her in a good position based on DP Ruto's current popularity across the country.
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