Waiguru Shown Dust in Kirinyaga Gubernatorial Race After Karua Exit As Azimio Dominate Nairobi Seats
Purity Ngiricii Overtakes Anne Waiguru in Kirinyaga Gubernatorial Race after exit of Martha Karua to the National Politics. It's seems like she inherited the large chunk Azimio DP Nominee votes. The Race has narrowed down between the Two Powerful Women. The incumbent enjoys support From UDA wave in Mt Kenya but entry of Martha Karua into top seat seems to be changing the dynamics of the politics.
Mizani Africa Limited has today decided to give their opinion on particular elective seats for the August 9 the General elections. Their analysis done on Nairobi County Alledged who was likey to win the Nairobi Women Representative seat if elections were to be held today.The race will be between Esther B Nganga of Jubilee,Esther Passaris of Orange Democratic Movement Party and Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga of the United Democratic Alliance Party.
Photo: Nairobi City Nairobi county which is the wealth city of Kenya and one of the decent business city in Kenya has brought out interests for numerous women's to vie for the office. The most select women nominees are Esther Passaris and Millicent Omanga. The current polls indicates that Esther Passaris who is riding with ODM ticket is overseeing with 54.4% pursued by Millicent Omanga who is riding with UDA card with 27.5%.
Deputy president William Ruto's ally Hon. Millicent Omanga is losing badly in the latest opinion poll results by Mizani African. According to the Mizani African latest Opinion Poll Results Azimio's Incumbent Women Rep Esther Passaris is the most popular candidate commanding the highest ranking with 67.6%.
Most Recent Nairobi Online Poll Shows A Widening Gap Between Kenya Kwanza And Azimio as Raila's Side Leads
Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and Former prime minister Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition. The Kenya Kwanza Alliance and the Azimio la Umoja Coalition continue to be the dominant blocs striving to build the next administration ahead of the August general election.
As Kenya gradually strides towards the eagerly awaited August ninth general elections,two political formations have conspicuously emerged as the strongest and fiercest as far as the presidential contest is concerned. Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition party led by ODM party leader Raila Amolo Odinga and Kenya Kwanza Alliance led by Deputy President William Samoei Ruto are these two most formidable outfits.
Senator Millicent Omanga is among the aspiring candidates for the Nairobi Women Representative seat. Omanga who is running using the UDA ticket has already started campaigning and from the observation, she is likely to beat her competitor Esther Passaris. Apart from being more vocal in several estates in the city, Omanga has been on the ground helping youths and the small scale traders to grow their business.
Here are Kenyan celebrities who will run as independent candidates in the upcoming general election; MC Jessy - South Imenti The famous Churchill show comedian made a bold move when he jumped on the political scene and declared his interests for South Imenti post under a UDA ticket. However, his dream of fighting the UDA party under DP's party failed when he was told to resign for a popular South Imenti candidate.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga unveiled the Azimio-One Kenya Alliance political lineup for Nairobi City County ahead of the August 9 General Election. In announcing the new lineup, Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga said Jubilee's Polycarp Igathe will fly the gubernatorial flag and Prof. Kaloki will serve as deputy.
According to the star opinion poll results, the research were conducted on the following leaders amongst them honorable Passaris and Millicent Omanga. With only less than three months remaining to the general poll, in Nairobi county which serves as the capital city of Kenya, honorable Esther Passaris of the Orange Democratic Movement party takes the lead then followed by honorable Millicent Omanga of the UDA, which is apolitical vehicle under the Kenya Kwanza coalition whose flagbearer is the deputy president honorable William Ruto.
Super Senator Sakaja Beats Uhuru's Igathe & Kagure As Sifuna Tops For Senatorial Post In Latest Poll
Nairobi Super senator and gubernatorial hopeful Johnson Sakaja will secure the county apex position if elections were to be held today, says Infotrak latest survey researched by Nation Media Group. According to an exclusive and independent poll conducted by Nation Media Group (NMG) between 8th - 9th May, 2022, Kenya Kwanza gubernatorial candidate Johnson Sakaja enjoys 37 per cent of electorates' support as Azimio - One Kenya controversial candidate Polycap Igathe garners 21 per cent of voters' endorsement.
Coalitions and parties are in the rush to name running mates of their presidential aspirants, Azimio LA Umoja being one of them. Last week Azimio LA Umoja panel which was tasked in search of Raila's running mate conducted interviews for the running mate position hopes and handed over the names to Rails to pick his running mate.
Raila Odinga has promised to teach Ruto a lesson when it comes to Nairobi county politics.Speaking at Kamukunji grounds today,Raila said that he wanted to show Ruto that he owns and runs the city. He told his supporters that he wanted to let Ruto know that"jogoo wa mashambani hawiki mjini" He said Ruto was a cock from the village and he doesn't know anything about the city.
Purity Ngiricii has surpassed Anne Waiguru in the Kirinyaga Gubernatorial race following Martha Karua's departure from national politics. She appears to have inherited a sizable portion of the Azimio DP Nominee votes. The race has come down to two strong women. The incumbent has support from the UDA wave in Mount Kenya, but the election of Martha Karua to the top seat appears to be shifting the political realities.
Orange Democratic Movement party of Raila Odinga is leading in Nairobi county women representative candidature a head of the August general election. This is after Radio africa publications establishes that Orange Democratic Movement women representative aspirant honourable Esther Passaris is leading the race with 54.4% a head of the United Democratic Alliance party aspirant honourable Millicent Omanga who had gathered only a total of 27.5%.
Both Nairobi County Woman Representative Hon Esther Passaris and nominated Senator Millicent Omanga are Kenyan female politicians. The two leaders will be locking horns in the Nairobi County Woman Representative seat in the fourth coming general elections to be held in August this year. While Hon Esther Passaris is a member of the Orange Democratic Movement party leader and Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Movement, nominated Senator Millicent Omanga is a member of United Democratic Alliance party of Kenya and Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Esther Passaris is the current sitting woman representative of Nairobi County. Esther is mostly confused to be of Indian Origin but on the Contrary, Esther has her origin from Kenya. Esther's dad was of Greek origin while her mum is of Kikuyu Origin. Esther was born and raised in Mombasa.
Nairobi county which is the capital city of Kenya and one of the best business city in Kenya has drawn interests for many women's to vie for the seat. The most preferred women aspirants are Esther Passaris and Millicent Omanga. The recent polls shows that Esther Passaris who is running with ODM ticket is leading with 54.4% followed by Millicent Omanga who is running with UDA ticket with 27.5%.
Current Nairobi County women rep Esther Passaris alongside Hon Millicent Omanga. The Nairobi County women representatives post is set to be a race between the Azimio la Umoja candidate, Hon Esther Passaris and Kenya Kwanza candidate Hon Millicent Omanga who are campaigning hard. Mizani Africa once again conducted another opinion poll to find out who Nairobi County residents will vote for as their next women representatives in the August polls.
The August ninth, 2022 polls are beckoning with just three months remaining before the Kenyans exercise their democratic rights. The Constitution states that general elections should be held after every five years. Nominated senator Millicent Omanga is trailing in the latest opinion poll conducted. According to the Star Kenya media company, Esther Passaris who is the incumbent women representative is leading with 54.4 percent while Omanga comes a distant second with 27.5 percent.