With 44 days left until the August general elections, the politicians across the political divide are busy traversing the country in search of votes. Senate Majority Leader Samuel Pogisio is the most preferred senatorial candidate with popularity ratings of 34.3%. Incumbent Governor Prof John Lonyangapuo is commanding the lead with 52.6% popularity rating , followed closely by former Governor Simon Kachapin with 41.7%.
The Kenya Kwanza team will be touring West Pokot County on Tuesday for the Economic forum later which they are expected to engage the residents in selling their bottom up economic model agendas. According to the poster shared by the Kenya Kwanza team, among the leaders expected to join Dp Ruto and the team include; the West Pokot team led by former Governor Simon Kachapin who is also in the race to unseat incumbent Governor John Lonyangapuo, others include; Julius Murgor, Lilian Tomito, Samuel Moroto, Peter Lochaks, Mark Lomunokol, Simon Kalekem among others from the region.
Lonyangapuo Or Kachapin? New West Pokot Opinion Poll Alleges Who is The Preferred Candidate Ahead of August
An opinion poll has been conducted by Mizani Africa Limited to allegde who is likely to win the West Pokot Gubernatorial race if election were to be held today. The race will be a tough contest between Incubent Governor Prof John Lonyangapuo vying under Azimio La Umoja side affiliate party versus United Democratic Alliance Party flagbearer Simon Kachapin.
West Pokot Governor John Lonyangapuo has accused UDA party Leaders of allegedly spreading divisive politics in the county, even as former Governor, who is also UDA party candidate Simon Kachapin takes the county by storm. This comes in a wake of successful series of UDA campaigns in the region led by Kachapin and a number of UDA leaders who have pitched camps in Weste Pokot to dethrone the incumbent governor Lonyangapuo, who will be running on Kenya United Party KUP.
A recent opinion poll by Mizani Africa shows that Incumbent Governor Prof John Lonyangapuo is commanding the lead with 52.6% popularity rating , followed closely by former Governor Simon Kachapin with 41.7% This is really bad news for Deputy President William Ruto, as it shows that his Rift Valley team won't deliver the seat back.
William Ruto of the UDA party, the party of Kenya Kwanza, and Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja are undoubtedly in contention for the statehouse. The only de facto leaders Kenya has are Deputy Presidents William Ruto and Raila Odinga, and any trendy politics against them would fail if they are not held accountable.
With only 44 days until the August elections, MPs from both major parties are actively campaigning across the nation.The Rift Valley is apparently the vice president's home base for William Ruto. According to the most recent H Mizani opinion poll, however, the coalitions of Kenya Kwanza and Azimio Kenya are competing for different regional counties.
With less than 44 days remaining before the August 9th elctions are held by the IEBC, Azimio candidates in West Pokot for the senatorial and gubernatorial positions seems to have gained momentum. Latest opinion polls by Mizani Africa show that the incumbent governor Professor John Lonyangapuo is at the lead of the gubernatorial race.
The August general election is now moving closer as leaders continue with their campaigns across the country. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Kenya kwanza leaders from Mount Kenya region today continued with their campaigns on behalf of the deputy president William Ruto.
The latest opinion poll from Mizani Africa shows that at the moment, if elections happened in West Pokot County, Lonyangapuo has a support of 52.6 percent against Kachapin of UDA who has a support of 41.7 percent. This clearly confirms that Raila's support in the region remains solid as well.
Kenyans are anxiously awaiting the elections on August 9 to see who, between Raila Amolo Odinga, a former prime minister of the Republic of Kenya, and William Samoi Ruto, a deputy president of the Republic of Kenya, would win and succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. Polls have been conducted over the previous few months to determine which of the Kenya Kwanza alliance and the Azimio la Umoja coalition will get the most votes.
As we the country nears the eargerly awaited August general elections, the race to dethrone the incumbent West Pokot County Prof John Lonyangapuo has been developing into a rematch. The race has attracted the likes of the former governor Simon Kachapin of UDA party and Deputy County Governor Dr Nicholas Atudonyang'.
With only 44 days until the August elections, lawmakers on both sides of the political divide are actively campaigning around the nation. The Rift Valley region is said to be William Ruto's stronghold as vice president. However, according to the most recent opinion survey conducted by H Mizani, several regional counties are up for grabs between the coalitions of Kenya Kwanza and Azimio Kenya.
William Ruto of the UDA club, the Kenya Kwanza bloc and Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja are the clear frontrunners in the race for the statehouse. We have just two de facto leaders in Kenya, Deputy President William Ruto and Raila Odinga, and no kind of opposition to them can flourish without their support and yoke.
West Pokot is long term known supporters of Raila Amollo Odinga and strong followers of Kenya African National Union (KANU) in local politics. Unfortunately, the ground has changed the political waves by turning its back on Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya coalition Presidential candidate Raila Amollo Odinga and instead triumph up support for UDA leaders.
West Pokot Governor John Lonyangapuo who is the Kenya Union Party leader, has dismissed the results released by Mizani Africa that showed that, if elections were held today, he would have been defeated by his opponent from the United Democratic Alliance, UDA Party. Lonyangapuo who is supporting Raila Odinga's presidential bid under the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance, came second with 44 per cent against his main competitor from the UDA Party which is supporting Deputy President William Ruto, Simon Kachapin with 47.6 per cent.
Deputy President William Ruto had fielded Simon Kachapin a strong ally in West Pokot County to unseat Governor John Lonyangapuo who is an Azimio candidate in the gubernatorial race. However, latest opinion poll results released by Mizani Africa, Kachapin has been shown dust with Lonyangapuo emerging the winner in the race.
Deputy President William Ruto has nominated Simon Kachapin, a staunch ally in West Pokot County, to succeed Governor John Lonyangapuo, an Azimio contender in the gubernatorial campaign. According to the most recent opinion poll results issued by Mizani Africa, Kachapin has been left in the dust with Lonyangapuo emerging as the winner of the race.
With only 44 days till the August general elections, representatives from rival political parties are vigorously campaigning across the country. William Ruto, the vice president, is reputed to have his strongesthold in the Rift Valley. The Kenya Kwanza and Azimio One Kenya alliance are battling for control of several counties in the regional districts, according to the most recent Mizani opinion poll.
Riftvalley is perceived to be the Deputy President William Ruto's backyard. His UDA Party is also currently dominant in the region. Majority of the elected leaders in the region are in either or UDA and Kenya Kwanza Alliance. However, there are some vocal leaders in the region who failed to join Ruto's camp namely Gideon Moi, John Lonyangapuo, Alex Tolgos among others.