Omanga Breaks Silence on Latest Poll Putting Her Behind Passaris in Nairobi, Claim Poll is Sponsored
Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has broken silence on latest poll that placed her behind Esther Passaris in Nairobi race to Woman Representative. (Photo, Courtesy) According to the latest infotrak poll, Omanga was coming behind Passaris who had 46% with 20% in the race to clinch the Woman Rep seat in the August polls.
ODM party Nairobi County women representative candidate Esther Passaris has finally reacted to the ongoing rumor that DP Ruto will seek to probe President Uhuru if elected. Passaris an ardent supporter of Raila Odinga and Azimio has been among the front liners in campaigning for the Azimio presidential candidate Raila Odinga.
The Azimio One Kenya Woman representative aspirant for Nairobi county seat Esther Passaris leads on the latest opinion polls conducted by Infotrak today 6th Wednesday 2022. Esther Passaris who is the current women representative has a lead with 46 percent over his Kenya Kwanza candidate counterpart Millicent Omanga who has 20 percent for the chance of being the women representative for Nairobi in the National Assembly.
According to a recent poll, Mr. Johnson Sakaja, Mr. Edwin Sifuna and Ms. Esther Passaris would win the positions of Nairobi governor, senator and female representative if elections were conducted today as reported by the Nation newspaper. The Infotrak Research and Consulting survey predicts that Mr. Sakaja will win the governor's race with 39% of the vote closely followed by Polycarp Igathe of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition with 33%.
Gladys Boss Shollei today morning in an interview with KTN news has explained why is Uhuru Kenyatta, a retiring president, so interested in who becomes the next president of the Republic of Kenya. Boss Shollei in his remarks said that Uhuru Kenyatta is trying to defend himself and his family from the properties they have stolen from the people of Kenya.
It is true that the Kenyan politics is now of much essence as far as the august elections are now concerned more so for the presidency race.Today the Nairobi women representative aspirant from Azimio coalition honourable Esther Passaris was being interviewed by KTN News on her opinion over the august elections.
Nairobi county women representative, Esther Passaris has flaunted in a photo that makes her slightly younger than her real age. On the photo was an attractive caption which attracted a quick attention by netizens who flooded the Facebook page of Passaris, with quick responses ot the latest sheng language, going by the acronym shembeteng.
A few minutes after Hustler Nation Spokesperson Dennis Itumbi took to social media to talk about an alleged plan by Azmio MPs to mobilize their supporters to attend Madaraka Day celebrations on Wednesday, one ODM MP has been caught on camera mobilizing Nairobians to attend the event. Itumbi on Tuesday tweeted saying there are fishy plans to cheer and jeer some speakers of the event for political reasons before he alleged that Azimio MPs had been asked to do play the mobilizing role.
Passaris (left) with Martha Karua at Uhuru Gardens The country is currently celebrating Madaraka day with several dignitaries in attendance to witness all that is happening at the Uhuru gardens where the event is being held. Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition party members stole the show when they made an entry minutes before the event started officially with President Uhuru Kenyatta in attendance.
Sabina Chege who is among the allies of Azimio LA umoja today posted a video of her in a rally in Kangema Nyeri county where she was given a sheep by her funs to go home with it, she added that What can I say for this kind of love??
Bahati has criticized Azimio leaders in Nairobi. He accused them of trying to block him from vying for the Mathare parliamentary seat in August. The singer looked disappointed when addressing the press. He accused Esther Passaris and Edwin Sifuna of meddling in the Mathare contest. Kevin Bahati claims Sifuna has asked him to step down severally.
Nelson Havi Reveals Why Raila, Igathe, Sifuna, Passaris, Wanyonyi Should Not Be Voted In August Race
Nelson Havi who is the UDA candidate in Westlands has complained on the Jacaranda clash that was witnessed as he claim leaders led by Raila should not be voted in to power in the August general elections. Taking it to his Twitter, the city lawyer claimed that Raila Odinga and his candidates for Governor, Senator, woman Representative and Members of National Assembly should not be allowed in office if electoral violence is to be eradicated in the city.
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.
The latest opinion poll from Tifa shows that at moment if elections happened in Nairobi county, then Passaris would be elected with a support of 32 percent against Omanga of UDA whose support stands at 19 percent a huge increase from 6 percent support. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/PeopleDailyKe/status/1539201164457254912?s=20&t=iNE5-FKanqgRm9rBiZ5ftA
Millicent Omanga an aspiring woman representative of Nairobi county under UDA ticket will have to face the wrath of political tantrums as we are nearing August general elections. It appears that the way she is being unpopular by her close rival Esther Passaris is so fast that Soon her name won't be mentioned among the top.
Nairobi politics are taking the early shape as the polls being conducted by various bodies show how things are on ground. According to Mizani polls, Easther Passaris has shown her competitor Milicent Omanga a cloud of dust in their chase for the Women Rep seat in Nairobi county politics so far.
Deputy President William Ruto had a throng in stitches as she campaigned for Millicent Omanga in Nairobi. This happened at Embakasi during the Kenya Kwanza to Mukuru Kwa Ruben, where this faction was cordially received. Ruto campaigned for Kenya Kwanza leaders who will be standing for a number of seats in Nairobi's upcoming elections.
Kenyans have reacted to the question asked by the Standard Newspaper, where media asked who among the top Woman Representative contesters in Nairobi City County, that's Esther Passaris of Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition and Millicent Omanga of Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition, is capable of articulating well the issues of the women and girls in Nairobi City if elected as the next Woman Representative on August 9 general elections.
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.
Friday, May 13, 2022 - Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya-Kwanza alliance is rapidly losing its political mojo, according to the latest opinion poll by one of the local daily newspapers. Ruto's Kenya Kwanza and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's Azimio-one Kenya alliance are the two main coalitions locked in a bitter political battle ahead of the August 9 election.