Susan Kihika to Send Home Incumbent Lee Kinyanjui in Nakuru Gubernatorial Race, New Poll

Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika would defeat the incumbent Lee Kinyanjui in the Nakuru gubernatorial race, a poll by Mizani Afrika has shown Kihika emerged the most popular at 52.9 %, against Kinyanjui, seeking to retain his seat Kihika is vying for a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket, while Kinyanjui is contesting on the Jubilee ticket under the Azimio la Umoja coalition. PAY ATTENTION: Help us change more lives, join’s Patreon programme. A survey by Mizani Afrika has indicated that Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika would become the third governor of Nakuru County if elections were held on Monday, August 1. Susan Kihika speaking during the Kenya Kwanza Alliance campaign. Photo: Susan Kihika Source: Facebook According to the findings released on Monday, August 1, Kihika running a United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ticket, would trounce the incumbent Lee Kinyanjui of the Jubilee party. The poll established that Kihika, a close ally of Deputy President William Ruto, is the most popular Nakuru gubernatorial candidate at 59.2%. READ ALSO William Ruto Leading With 53.1% against Raila’s 44.2%, New Polls Shows Lee Kinyanjui to come second Kinyanjui seeking to recapture his seat, emerged second, with 36.3% of the respondents supporting his bid. PAY ATTENTION: Unlock exclusive features from – join our membership! According to the survey, Stanly Karanja, who is running on an independent ticket, would emerge third with 2.1%. Survey methodology The survey, which targeted 1,067 respondents, had a +/-3 error margin with a 95 confidence level. “Nakuru County residents of above 18 years and above leaving in rural and urban areas were interviewed. Random Sampling distributed proportionate to population size in 11 constituencies in Nakuru County,” Mizani said. According to the survey, only 0.2% remain undecided on whom they will vote for as the next governor in the August 9 poll. Read more:


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